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Games and the “best way” to tell stories

Torsten Meyer (thanks!) just sent me a link to a recent interview with game designer Peter Molyneux, published in the “Tageszeitung”, the title translates as “Fable-Gamedesigner Peter Molyneux: A visionary and charlatan” Molyneux is quite enthusiastic about interactive-adaptive stories as … Continue reading

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The Abbot’s Gift

I found Zen Koans to be a wonderful example both for an enticing, beautiful crafted educational narrative, and for ‘mental hacking’ – searching for a solution to a (yet) unsolvable problem, which in turn leads to a higher state of … Continue reading

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