This highly scientific programme built player's brainpower.
In May 2009, A Door In A Wall was invited to produce a game for the Turning Point Festival at The Roundhouse in Camden. The festival was entirely organised by young people, drawing heavily on the pool of talent developed within the Roundhouse Studios and featuring an impressive range of live music, dance, visual arts and fashion. The festival took place over three days and was sold out.
The Enhanced Creativity Programme was designed to lead people around the different spaces used by Turning Point, enrolling them in a fictional scientific programme designed to build their creative brainpower by solving a string of puzzles around the building. Clues involved finding hidden photos, breaking locks and making sense of some cryptic graffiti.