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Games Rules as Art by Rod Humble

Games Rules as Art by Rod Humble “There are many parts of a working computer game that dictate and translate player responses. World geometry, physics, music, character design; it’s tempting to regard the game’s actual rules as less important, modifying … Continue reading

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Why Play Me?

Games can be a playful and pleasurable pastime. Cultural anthropologist Susan Ortner also writes that the idea of a game can create new opportunities for understanding how individuals negotiate and survive real-world obstacles and situations they encounter in their daily … Continue reading

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Play Me 2.0 funding campaign launched on TheArtStarter

Play Me 2.0 funding campaign launched on TheArtStarter Excited to announce that¬†TheArtStarter¬†has helped me launch a funding campaign so I can move forward with designing and producing the next iteration of my game-as-art installation Play Me. Even a small donation … Continue reading

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