All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

It required 100 meters (328 feet) of calculator paper to map out the sidescrolling video game Beeing.

You can see it here, stretched out before you, courtesy of Gonzalo Oxenford, one of the game designers who sketched the layout for their bee-themed sidescroller by hand.


All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

Each level map can be rolled up.

All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

So you can see the entire game like this.

All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

Or like this.

All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

But it's more impressive when it's unfurled.

All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

Even this cat is impressed.

All of This Paper Forms the Blueprint For One Video GameS

The paper levels helped Oxenford's crew at Odasoft make their game. (They've gone into more detail about that.)

And the result is a game that looks like this.

But, thanks to Oxenford, you can see the paper version of the entire game scroll past your eyes.

Beeing is now free for iPhone and iPad, but only for a limited time.