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Tassos Stevens Pervasive Games & Storytelling www.youhavefoundconey.net
 
Coney Agency of adventure Live interactive play  wherever you are
Principles of Coney Adventure Loveliness Reciprocity Agency of Engagement The Playing Audience’s PoV
 
 
Rabbit: NTT
 
 
A Cat Escapes
 
 
 
 
Pervasive
Games
Stories… of Players’ Experience
Journey To The End Of The Night
 
Following
 
Reconnaissance
Properties
Affordances
•  a birthday party •  a music festival •  after-work drinks •  a football match •  Valentine’s night •  a youth theatre p...
•  a theatre •  a public square •  a petrol station •  a market •  a hotel •  a train
Affordances
Playing in Public Space
Cruel To Be Kind
 
People-Watching
 
Rulesets or Instructions
Rulesets or Instructions
Etiquette
 
Earpiece
Digital = Communication
Properties & Affordances
•  email •  live online chat •  Facebook messages •  payphone •  SMS •  handwritten letter
•  emotional impact •  responsivity
Number of People
 
 
www.smalltownanywhere.net
theatre with no actors but the playing audience
 
The Gossip Game
www.smalltownanywhere.net
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
What to you is the  heart of a community  and is there a story  as to why?
With which of this selection  of citizens do YOU feel  the most affinity? Le Mayor La Chanteuse La Fortune-Teller
There's a filthy secret  in the Archive of you,  this citizen,  care to share?
You've gotten this far,  you're almost certainly a Wren,  but you might yet be a Lark,  which tribe do you choose?
How ambitious are you:  do you play to play  or play to win?
What would you make  of the Raven?  Or might it even be you?
The story of Andy & Phil
A space for reflection
The heart of a community is a doctor's surgery. People can bond over who their favourite doctor  is/who they think isn't '...
•  Stage 1: try and fail •  Stage 2: throw out the story •  Stage 3: write and plot  • Stage 4: scratch / playtest •  Stag...
Compelling collective narrative Incorporating the consequences of individual’s own stories and play
•  West Side Story •  The Tempest •  Rosencrantz and Guildenstern… • Jaws •  2001: A Space Odyssey •  East is East
Verbs of gameplay Dynamic Challenge Obstacles or conflict
•  Verbs •  Dynamic •  Event •  Space or Place •  Number of players •  Communications & Instructions
www.youhavefoundconey.net
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  1. 1. Tassos Stevens Pervasive Games & Storytelling www.youhavefoundconey.net
  2. 3. Coney Agency of adventure Live interactive play wherever you are
  3. 4. Principles of Coney Adventure Loveliness Reciprocity Agency of Engagement The Playing Audience’s PoV
  4. 7. Rabbit: NTT
  5. 10. A Cat Escapes
  6. 15. Pervasive
  7. 16. Games
  8. 17. Stories… of Players’ Experience
  9. 18. Journey To The End Of The Night
  10. 20. Following
  11. 22. Reconnaissance
  12. 23. Properties
  13. 24. Affordances
  14. 25. • a birthday party • a music festival • after-work drinks • a football match • Valentine’s night • a youth theatre performance
  15. 26. • a theatre • a public square • a petrol station • a market • a hotel • a train
  16. 27. Affordances
  17. 28. Playing in Public Space
  18. 29. Cruel To Be Kind
  19. 31. People-Watching
  20. 33. Rulesets or Instructions
  21. 34. Rulesets or Instructions
  22. 35. Etiquette
  23. 37. Earpiece
  24. 38. Digital = Communication
  25. 39. Properties & Affordances
  26. 40. • email • live online chat • Facebook messages • payphone • SMS • handwritten letter
  27. 41. • emotional impact • responsivity
  28. 42. Number of People
  29. 45. www.smalltownanywhere.net
  30. 46. theatre with no actors but the playing audience
  31. 48. The Gossip Game
  32. 49. www.smalltownanywhere.net
  33. 57. What to you is the heart of a community and is there a story as to why?
  34. 58. With which of this selection of citizens do YOU feel the most affinity? Le Mayor La Chanteuse La Fortune-Teller
  35. 59. There's a filthy secret in the Archive of you, this citizen, care to share?
  36. 60. You've gotten this far, you're almost certainly a Wren, but you might yet be a Lark, which tribe do you choose?
  37. 61. How ambitious are you: do you play to play or play to win?
  38. 62. What would you make of the Raven? Or might it even be you?
  39. 63. The story of Andy & Phil
  40. 64. A space for reflection
  41. 65. The heart of a community is a doctor's surgery. People can bond over who their favourite doctor is/who they think isn't 'thorough enough'. It is the less scary and more personal version of a hospital, ushering in life and preventing or explaining death. And sitting in the waiting room is the perfect place to people-watch and feign anonymity when in fact you always recognise someone else there. It may not be the happiest place but it's one of the most important. A bad doctor's surgery reflects a bad community. There. I've said it.
  42. 66. • Stage 1: try and fail • Stage 2: throw out the story • Stage 3: write and plot • Stage 4: scratch / playtest • Stage 5: full theatricality
  43. 67. Compelling collective narrative Incorporating the consequences of individual’s own stories and play
  44. 68. • West Side Story • The Tempest • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern… • Jaws • 2001: A Space Odyssey • East is East
  45. 69. Verbs of gameplay Dynamic Challenge Obstacles or conflict
  46. 70. • Verbs • Dynamic • Event • Space or Place • Number of players • Communications & Instructions
  47. 71. www.youhavefoundconey.net
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