A downloadable puzzle fanzine

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This is a tiny print-and-play puzzle made in a few hours to illustrate some points during a design workshop at Super FESTival. The game was designed by Ludipe and features art by Tere Toast.

You can download the print-and-play version (and fold it like a one-page fanzine) or play the digital version (which uses a PNG format) from any image editor.

Game example

Both files include the basic game rules, but there's a more detailed example of play (using a different map to avoid spoilers). Reading it is highly encouraged since the fanzine version had limited space and some rules aren't explained in full detail.


Will this game be updated?

Unlikely, since it was made to explain my design process during an event and it's complete, but if there are big mistakes I'll try to upload a revised version.

Can I photograph the same cell twice?

Yes, but that cell should only be counted once at the end.

Is this a solo game? Can I play with others?

You can play several times and try to beat your score or play along with others to see who gets the best score. I chose not to include randomization on purpose, so replayability is more limited. But nothing stops you from making custom maps.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
TagsAbstract, Experimental, Fanzine, journaling, Mountains, Multiplayer, Short
Average sessionA few seconds


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

My_Travel_Journal_GameExample.pdf 648 kB
My_Travel_Journal_PrintPlay_1.0.pdf 1 MB
My_Travel_Journal_Digital_1.0.png 408 kB


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First to post, fisrt to pose.


This is amazing! Thanks for sharing!
Nice use of colors and shapes btw.


Yep, former electrician here. I know how color could be usefull on a map / diagram.