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April 9, 2011

Creativity: Creating Worlds

I’ve been thinking about what’s appropriate for this blog. Should it be solely about games and game design? The subtitle says “Explorations into game design and creativity”…and I think that’s the answer. Creativity is important to me, and game design is one of the most important expressions of creativity for me…but it’s far from the […]

June 25, 2010

Audience-prompted storytelling

“Audience-prompted storytelling” is my name for a relatively new form of storytelling.

April 30, 2010

My Super First Day #2: Passenger

A link to My Super First Day #2: Passenger.

April 18, 2010

Transmedia Grounding

Transmedia stories offer new challenges for authors (/screenwriters/programmers/designers).

April 13, 2010

Aleatory Apophenia: Endless Frontier Towns

A minor feature of Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier can fool the player into thinking of the characters as real people.

April 11, 2010

Continuity Bootstrapping with Super Robot Wars OG

Banpresto has made a lot of money selling games that trade upon the reputation of famous giant robot animated series.

April 8, 2010

Do Something They Don’t Expect

Creativity requires chaos.

July 25, 2009

My Super First Day – Whisper

So, someone I know has created this cool new superhero universe-collaborative writing project-thing called “My Super First Day”.  And I’ve contributed to it. Whisper Pretty fun.  This whole writing project thing may even continue.

October 27, 2008

Recent Project Work

So, recently I completed writing a long…well, I guess you’d call it a short story, or maybe even a chapter of a novella. And now that that’s out of the way, I can get on with doing other cool stuff. (It had sort of been weighing on my mind for a while.) I’m doing more […]

June 20, 2008

Special creative project

Yesterday I wrote a rather long and, I hope, interesting little…thing. Not really a short story…more like an entry in a fictional encyclopedia. Given that the authors on this particular website are traditionally anonymous, I probably can’t show it to you. But it’s good to stretch one’s creative muscles every now and then.