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F2 PowerPoint Presentation at ICE Coventry 1/12/09 PM by Tassos Stevens

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  • 1. Tassos Stevens Pervasive Games & Storytelling www.youhavefoundconey.net
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  • 3. Coney Agency of adventure Live interactive play wherever you are
  • 4. Principles of Coney Adventure Loveliness Reciprocity Agency of Engagement The Playing Audience’s PoV
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  • 7. Rabbit: NTT
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  • 10. A Cat Escapes
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  • 15. Pervasive
  • 16. Games
  • 17. Stories… of Players’ Experience
  • 18. Journey To The End Of The Night
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  • 20. Following
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  • 22. Reconnaissance
  • 23. Properties
  • 24. Affordances
  • 25. • a birthday party • a music festival • after-work drinks • a football match • Valentine’s night • a youth theatre performance
  • 26. • a theatre • a public square • a petrol station • a market • a hotel • a train
  • 27. Affordances
  • 28. Playing in Public Space
  • 29. Cruel To Be Kind
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  • 31. People-Watching
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  • 33. Rulesets or Instructions
  • 34. Rulesets or Instructions
  • 35. Etiquette
  • 36.  
  • 37. Earpiece
  • 38. Digital = Communication
  • 39. Properties & Affordances
  • 40. • email • live online chat • Facebook messages • payphone • SMS • handwritten letter
  • 41. • emotional impact • responsivity
  • 42. Number of People
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  • 45. www.smalltownanywhere.net
  • 46. theatre with no actors but the playing audience
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  • 48. The Gossip Game
  • 49. www.smalltownanywhere.net
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  • 57. What to you is the heart of a community and is there a story as to why?
  • 58. With which of this selection of citizens do YOU feel the most affinity? Le Mayor La Chanteuse La Fortune-Teller
  • 59. There's a filthy secret in the Archive of you, this citizen, care to share?
  • 60. You've gotten this far, you're almost certainly a Wren, but you might yet be a Lark, which tribe do you choose?
  • 61. How ambitious are you: do you play to play or play to win?
  • 62. What would you make of the Raven? Or might it even be you?
  • 63. The story of Andy & Phil
  • 64. A space for reflection
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 67. Compelling collective narrative Incorporating the consequences of individual’s own stories and play
  • 68. • West Side Story • The Tempest • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern… • Jaws • 2001: A Space Odyssey • East is East
  • 69. Verbs of gameplay Dynamic Challenge Obstacles or conflict
  • 70. • Verbs • Dynamic • Event • Space or Place • Number of players • Communications & Instructions
  • 71. www.youhavefoundconey.net