Cookin’ up meatball madness since 1902
On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese, you lost your poor meatballs when somebody sneezed. But it’s the dinner rush and the customers are hungry! Can you get the meatballs back onto the spaghetti before the chef at the restaurant next door does? Whoever gets all the meatballs back in the bowls first wins the customers (and the game).
Designers – ESI Design
ESI Design is one of the world’s foremost experience design firms. Founded in 1977 by interactive pioneer Edwin Schlossberg, ESI focuses on engaging diverse audiences — and especially children and families — in innovative ways that have set new benchmarks for the best in experiential design. Whether we’re creating for a museum, public space, educational institution, entertainment company, or retail environment, ESI is committed to designing experiences that inspire and enable play, exploration, discovery, and learning.
Debra Everett-Lane is a Senior Writer & Designer at ESI. As a storyteller, educator, and game designer, she is a strong believer that playfulness can (and should) be part of any project.
Pete Vigeant is a game, media, and experience designer who creates large group live-action and digital interactive experiences. As a Senior Designer for ESI Design, Pete Vigeant draws upon his passion and expertise in game and youth-focused design to lead and develop interaction, media, concept, and game design for numerous ESI projects, including Eddie’s Social Committee and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate.
Jessica Fiorini is a Senior Activity Designer at ESI. During her decade-long career, she has made games for LEGO, Adult Swim, and Nickelodeon, and is the lead designer on several ESI projects.