Join Joko as he flies into the messiest festivals around the world. Navigate Joko through Holi in India, Flour Wars in Greece, and La Tomatina and La Raima in Spain. Dodge food, powder, obstacles and get splatted as you learn about our world’s many cultural celebrations through video gaming.
Dodge & throw
Dodge powder with one hand and throw with the other!
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Imbedded Cultural trivia that provides in-game bonus’!
Four different Festivals from around the world!
In March thousands of people in India celebrate colour and the triumph of good over evil by throwing coloured powder at each other. One of the most colourful events in the world; Holi started as a celebration of the Hindu deity Krishna, but is now celebrated by people everywhere.
In the village of Bunol there is one of the world’s largest food fights. In La Tomatina the buildings are covered by tarps, and tomatos are delivered by trucks before thrown. No one is exactly sure how this tradition started, but it is one of the countries exciting and enjoyable events!
Back in the 1930s in Valencia farmers started celebrating the end of harvest by throwing their left over grapes at each other. Now around 40 – 50 tonnes of grapes are used and people from over the world come to participate in this revelry that is this fun festival.
What happens in Galaxidi when there is leftover flour before Christian Lent? The people get dressed up in windbreakers and surgical masks, head to the town centre, and throw it at each other of course! This happens every year around noon and the flour is often coloured.