I’m on my early morning run and my right knee whines as I look ahead at a rising hill. I am full of regret. My dinner last night really should have been more than beer, popcorn, and ice cream. “Zombies detected,” a robotic voice intones.
POKÉMON GO has turned into something huge. I’ve played a lot of geolocation and GPS games and have some thoughts about the phenomenon.
Recently, standing on the shoulders of those who’ve come before me, I created a Twine game that pulls geolocation data. A work in progress, it’s called GUARDIAN OF THE BLUE LIGHT.
A twisted tribute to the early works of Sierra-Online STAIR QUEST is an adventure game created by monsters. I reviewed it.
I review the fantastic digital book THE SILENT HISTORY which also has its users write additional content that can only be unlocked by physically traveling to a location (in theory).
I joined a storytelling event that used the geolocation app, VoiceMap, to tell an immersive fictional story. It was very cool.
I wish I were rich so I could give Wadjet Eye Games eleventy-billion dollars to keep making adventure games like Shardlight, a game I adored.
A text adventure based on Orwell’s 1984. Report for your shift at the Ministry of Truth. But be careful, Big Brother is always watching.
LIFELINE is an innovative game for iOS & Android that’s told in real time. College kid crash lands on a strange moon and takes your advice for some reason.