New deck: Everyday Adventures

Back in 1990, Joël Henry founded LATOUREX, an abbreviation of the French phrase for ‘Laboratory of Experimental Travel’. Following up on that, in 2005, he co-authored The Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel, which consists of 40 alternative methods of taking a holiday. A few years later, he followed this up with Everyday Adventures, also published by Lonely Planet.

Very much inspired by the Situationists, Henry’s suggested modes of discovery lend themselves very well for inclusion in Dérive app. Hence, we created a new deck of 50 cards, available to everyone, inspired by the exploration discussed in Everyday Adventures.

To access the deck, you’ll need to have updated Dérive app to the version we released today.

Babak Fakhamzadeh

Babak has been fighting the corporate map for decades.

In 2021, he became the first person to win the World Summit Awards for the third time.


What is Dérive app

Dérive app gets you lost in your city and lets you share that experience with others. Build your own task cards and invite others to play with you.

Immersed on the path of the gospel

Angela Reinders is based in Aachen, in Germany, and recently used Dérive app as part of a liturgical service. She’s providing a writeup of her experience. Getting hints and tasks to stop and move without even moving, does this make any sense? Sounds like kind of a play, and yes, it is one: Following famous