Jesper Juul, probably best known for his awesome game research, created a game called 4:32. You should go check it out, because it’s pretty sweet (bit hard to get running though, but totally worth it).
The game is a response to 4 Minutes and 33 Seconds of Uniqueness. 4:32 continues to explore what John Cage’s 4:33 would be as a game. I would call it a prequel to 4 Minutes and 33 Seconds of Uniqueness.
The game reminds me a bit of the Experimental Gameplay Project 2.0 game called Troy (it’s the very last game on this page).
Anyway I think Jesper’s game is really sweet and I was honored to see that he had created a response to one of my games. It’s always interesting to see other people tackle the same problem and see their solutions. With that I highly recommend that you go and play his game.