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About This Project

With twiddle – the museum riddle, visitors can discover the eight Leibniz research museums in Berlin, Bochum, Bonn, Bremerhaven, Frankfurt am Main, Nuremberg, Mainz and Munich. The free game app is available for Android smartphones and iPhones.
twiddle invites teenagers and young adults to explore the museums in a new way in an interactive discovery tour. On site, they have to solve tasks (“quests”) about existing objects. For example, the question of what an old shipwreck has to do with a data theft, or what interesting information about a dinosaur skeleton was discovered in research? The game is played on site in one of the eight Leibniz research museums. By means of various quests, objects from this museum are collected – virtually, of course. To successfully solve the quests, however, objects from the other museums must also be integrated. In this way, visitors to one museum also get a glimpse of the exhibitions and objects from the other Leibniz Research Museums.

More information at: Leibniz Research Museums: twiddle