Unprecedented Month of Blogging
April 1, 2011 - Features
So Andy of Onefinemess was down at Ta-Nehisi Coates’s place calling for an Unofficial Month of Blogging. The idea is that participating bloggers post at least one thing per day for the month of April. I figured I’d jump in since I’m trying to get this blog restarted. That’s an awful lot of close readings of art games! I may include posts on some of the thoughts I’ve been having about conversation engines, as well as any other nonsense that occurs to me.
This, by the way, is my cop-out post for today. I’ll get real tomorrow.
- Execution (2008)
Jesse Venbrux's Execution starts with three statements that could be thought of as some implicit artistic assumptions of videogames:
Your actions have consequences.
You either win or […]
- Loop Raccord (2010)
"I see storytelling as a game: whenever I am making a film, a book or a comic, I set a series of rules for myself and I try to play with them to reach their limits. Watching a movie or […]
- Triptych (2009)
In Stephen Lavelle's brief but dense Triptych, a decontextualized internal monologue similar to those he used in Mirror Stage (review) is broken to pieces by two intrusive elements. […]