Like Computers Made Of Cardboard? Try Turing Machine!
Named for the revolutionary Alan Turing and his antics in the world of computing, Turing Machine is even more archaic than Alan's first attempt at computing, relying on a unique system of perforated cardboard to create complex algorithms, problems and codes to be cracked.
Owing to the unique procedural generation of this cardboard computer, there are over 7 million problems to be solved by yourself and up to three other players, as you attempt to combine your mental might to defeat the paper machine.
Available at Mind Game Melbourne 145 Swanston Street