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#ActualBlind Radish

Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:28 PM

Short answer is YES.
A game only needs to be interactive in some way.
You can tell an interactive story.

It might not be fun, but it doesn't have to be.
Some movies are fun, others are not, but they are still good.
Its the same with books, obviously.

It would be a movie where you control the pace of the plot and can explore what's changing around you at your own pace.
You don't even need puzzles - in fact that might seem tacky.
Is that what you wanted to create?

Also, here is a lovely link on the theory you're unaware you're hinting at.


#1Blind Radish

Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:19 PM

Short answer is YES.
A game only needs to be interactive in some way.
You can tell an interactive story.

It might not be fun, but it doesn't have to be.
Some movies are fun, others are not, but they are still good.
Its the same with books, obviously.

It would be a movie where you control the pace of the plot and can explore what's changing around you at your own pace.
Is that what you wanted to create?


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