Warby Parker's mission is to create a trendy, high quality product, sell it at a reasonable price to consumers, make a profit (obviously, it IS a business after all) and use a portion of that profit to give back. Obviously, I'm pretty much Warby Parker's target consumer. I like pretty things, I'm cheap, and I like to give back when I can.
So what about Killscreen? I don't play too many video games, but I can throw down a mean round of bejeweled blitz! Killscreen focuses on the intersection between video games and arts and culture. Seems like a smart collab to me!
The game Killscreen created with Warby Parker is pretty addicting and really quite simple. The setting looks like an office desk. You have a pair of Warby Parker's (the collaboration pair, obviously!) a pen cup, a dish, a note pad, and a paper clip. Looks much like my desk minus the plate... Anyway, on the plate different color marbles appear and when like colors are touching you click on them to remove them. If you have no moves, you hit the tilt button to shake the dish. Whenever you do that a different statement appears on the note pad. That doesn't seem to have a real point, but it's clever and they're pretty funny. Click here and scroll down to play!
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