Posts Tagged: "gaming"

Angry Birds – real world

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Angry Birds appears to be unstoppable. Movies, cook books not to mention It’s the game I see most people playing on trains and plans. Now you can even play it in the real world.

Copenhagen Game Collective

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indie games + creative collective = epic win. The Copenhagen Game Collective is a group of indie game developers who craft interesting work in an open environment.

From the site
We create games of all types: browser-based games, pervasive games, card games, board games, adventure games, wiimote games, gesture-based games, mobile games, mods, interactive stories, and other strange hybrids. The diversity of these games reflects our belief that creativity breeds creativity. The loose structure of the collective, encompassing a network of developers and collaborators, aims to create synergies between all our various projects.

Colorbind an artful weave

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Recently stumbled upon Colorbind, an artful game for the iphone / ipod touch. It’s a fun and mellow app where gameplay involves connecting dots as you weave color strips together using your finger. A nice feature is the ability to save the ribbon art you create while playing.

Pandemic 1.0 heads to Sundance

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I’m excited to announce that I’ll be headed to the Sundance Film Festival with a new project entitled Pandemic 1.0 This marks the first step in a rolling release of a new storyworld that I’ve been building. It is part of what I’ve been calling a storytelling R&D (research and development) process.

Pandemic 1.0 Lance Weiler (U.S.A.)
Pandemic 1.0 is a transmedia storytelling experience that spans film, mobile, online, real-world, social gaming and data visualization. Over the course of the festival the story will unfold enabling viewers / players to step into the shoes of our protagonists. The story experience starts when a mysterious sleep virus begins to affect the adults in a small rural town, the youth soon find themselves cut off from civilization and fighting for their lives. Will they survive? Can you survive?

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