Real life game inspired from the game “Gotcha” open to all Brussels residents
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Real life game inspired from the game “Gotcha” open to all Brussels residents

Beursschouwburg Building - the only free zone of the "See You!" game

And suddenly, “See You” was born! (based on the famous game Gotcha). See You! will be played for 3 months in Brussels, between 13 February – 30 April. The aim is to remain invisible for as long as possible from other participants whilst keeping an eye on as many other participants to “eliminate” them.

To eliminate someone, one has to secretly place a sticker on the target. The Beursschouwburg theatre in Brussels city center will be the only free zone.

The winner of the game will be the person who has not been eliminated and who has eliminated the most targets. Only the most creative and inventive persons will compete for victory and to win the fantastic Beursschouwburg prize.

Seeing without being seen, that is the message.

For those who are interested in more information and to register your see here, please see here.

The Brussels Times

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