Tate Modern 'Race Against Time' Game Makes Art Fun & Educational

 - Jan 7, 2012
References: tate.org.uk & psfk
The Tate Modern 'Race Against Time' app is a game that the London-based modern art gallery has released to provide people with a more fun and interactive way to experience art. More and more museums are integrating digital apps into their exhibits these days, so a vibrant game like this seems to be a natural part of this direction.

The Tate Modern 'Race Against Time' game has users playing as a chameleon that must save colors from being removed by Dr. Greyscale, the game's villain, throughout modern art history. The chameleon travels through time, beginning in 1890 and experiences major art movements as well as different artworks and enemies that reflect the time period, describes PSFK.

This fun and exciting art game can be purchased through iTunes.