Which Game This Generation Genuinely Moved You?

On twitter @L1keMike  posed the question: Which game this generation genuinely moved you? He compiled a few answers into a guest post on his blog, We See In Pixels. It’s great to see other people’s answers to this question, how varied … Continue reading

Immersion and Interaction with Narrative

The Importance of Immersion “Fundamentally, immersion is the sense that a player has of being in a virtual world. The more immersive a virtual world, the greater its ability to immerse it’s players.” (Bartle, 2004)  Immersion is an important factor … Continue reading

Symbolism and Storytelling

Symbols are a tool which has been used throughout the ages and through various cultural locales to portray deeper meaning in visual mediums, and are arguably the most ancient use of communication in a time when only the most rich … Continue reading

Creating Engaging Casual Games

The general perception of casual, mobile or social games seems to arguably be that they do not have a deep narrative structure; their stories are not as engaging,  their worlds not as captivating. Casual games tend to be enjoyed in … Continue reading