The Llewellyn Gallery held an exhibition called Cross-Wired, which held interactive pieces that acted as games. Each game showed examples of how each was created from paper. Backgrounds, mid grounds, and foregrounds were all created using paper cut-outs. When combined into one game and visualized on a screen they really reacted well with each other and played well mechanically. The two shown has different story basis. The most abstract one was based on paper shapes that were good and evil and represented the emotional spectrum. The other was based on a vampire hunter; this was a two player game where the second player (the vampire) was only represented by heartbeats as they try to kill the hunter before the hunter finds them. Both were enjoyable and showed a lot of ambition in their work.