A great big headline to catch some attention, because everyone likes attention

So you understand the roaring wave of fear that swept through the greatest city in the world just as Monday was dawning--the stream of flight rising swiftly to a torrent, lashing in a foaming tumult round the railway stations, banked up into a horrible struggle about the shipping in the Thames, and hurrying by every available channel northward and eastward. By ten o'clock the police organisation, and by midday even the railway organisations, were losing coherency, losing shape and efficiency, guttering, softening, running at last in that swift liquefaction of the social body.

Sleep Mode: Activated

Today I decided to play a game called Icarus Needs. It is a hyper comic adventure based game where you have played too much video games and now you think you are in one. The main character in the game is Icarus. Icarus also thing that his girlfriend Kit is also in the game and you are trying to save…

The Kimichi Poetry Project

While searching what to blog about, I stumbled onto something called  the Kimichi Poetry Project. Intrigued, I looked into it more.  What I found really blew my mind a bit. What it is, is a device located inside of a jar that would actually read the poetry inside of it. I watched videos of people listening to poems being read…

Files of Memories

There were bleak, short fiction stories within every click. I had the chance to explore “Book of Waste,” by Andy Campbell. This was an example of a digital fiction narrative game. The game wasn’t too much of an actual game, but more like an interactive fiction reading.  The main go-to screen in Book of Waste. http://dreamingmethods.com/waste/ The main page of this…

Zombies, zombies everywhere!

Have you ever wondered if you could survive a zombie apocalypse? No need to wonder anymore. Survival Horror Act One is a game that was released in February 2015. It’s an interactive horror game where you click key words to explore. Created by Joe Aaron Sellers, this is a very well made game with lots of attention to detail. Every…

Are you hiding anything? Let’s find out.

Ever wish to be a hacker? In Hackers Quest, you can play as a hacker to uncover people’s dark secrets. This game was released in July of 2015 and can be downloaded and played on both Apple and Android products. Konya Kristen is the artist behind this fun and addicting game and sadly I could not find out more about…

Life’s Soundtrack

Life is always going at an alarming pace. Time escapes the mind as we go through our everyday tasks and sometimes we reach a point where simplicity is non-existence. In the interactive essay, “Window” by Katherine Norman in 2012, the author pays homage to John Cage, a composer who was well known for his composition, 4’33”.  John Cage was born…

A New Language? You Lingot it!

For many people, learning a new language can be a hassle if it’s not incorporated into our everyday lives. Taking a language course through school can be either a hit or a miss depending on how the individual learns best. There are so many variables to consider when learning a language in class, including: the teacher, the way it’s taught,…

Pugs & Romance

I want you to picture this: You go to a speed dating event. You sit down and wait for it to start only to learn all your potential partners are pugs. Best situation or Best situation? George Batchelor’s Hot Date puts you right in the middle of this scenario, matching you up with various precious pugs to chat with. Each pug…

Stranded: Can You Escape the Beach?

Interactive Fiction can take many forms, from being the very simple Zork (though the gameplay is anything but simple) in terms of technological advancement to the text adventure I’m going to introduce you all to today:  Beached!  This version of the game is in its early stages, posted on the Interactive Fiction Database for feedback so minor bugs could be worked…

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