It’s our special Mailbag episode! Steve and J.C. answer your questions, and boy were there some doozies! Links mentioned in this episode: Digital Hollywood Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season Three [Blu-ray] Hybrid High ARG (video) Educurious Majestic Online Caroline (website up, but limited functionality) Watson Hollywood 2.0 podcast Transmedia Talk podcast StoryLabs podcast Transmedia
We celebrate the Indie-ARG in this episode! Guests Ryan Omark, Steve Omark (We Are Earthborne), Dana Shaw and Tom Pike (The Wall Will Fall) discuss their Alternate Reality Game projects from inception through execution and completion, along with the challenges they faced and lessons they learned. Links mentioned in this episode: The Mass Effect Game
In this special episode, co-host J.C. Hutchins chats with narrative designer Chris Dahlen about video game writing, transmedia storytelling and “Mark of the Ninja,” an XBox Live game that Dahlen recently wrote. If you’ve ever wanted to learn about the unique narrative opportunities and challenges found in creating video games, this interview is a great primer.
Hosts Steve Peters and J.C. Hutchins are joined by veteran game designer Ken Eklund, most known for designing the renowned serious ARG, World Without Oil in 2007. He talks with us about his current project, Ed Zed Omega. If you’re at all interested in ARGs in Education, you won’t want want to miss this in-depth
We celebrate the 10th Anniversary of ARG websites Unfiction and ARGNet in this history-packed episode. Guests Sean C. Stacey (Unfiction), Jonathan Waite and Michael Andersen (ARGNet) join Steve and J.C. and look back at the early days of Alternate Reality Games. In this retrospective, they talk about highlights of the past 10 years, where things
Steve and J.C. welcome transmedia writer and producer David Varela (davidvarela.com). Their discussion includes a history of his past ARG/transmedia work and his current project, a transmedia live theater event, The Seed. Also: Listener Mail! Links mentioned in this episode: Project Prometheus Training Center (Warning: IE only, for complete experience) The Seed (Facebook page) You can now
On this show, Heroes creator Tim Kring joins host Steve Peters (NoMimes Media), and talks about the unique challenges of trailblazing transmedia projects in the world of network television, his immersive interactive participation drama Conspiracy for Good, and its surprising connection to Heroes. Whether you’re a Heroes fan, ARG player or Transmedia developer, you won’t want to miss
This week, special guests Yomi Ayeni (Expanding Universe) and Lewis Murphy join host Steve Peters (NoMimes Media) in talking about the power and pitfalls of taking Transmedia and ARGs to the extreme. You won’t want to miss this extended-length ARGNetcast! Links from this show: WIRED http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2010-06/1/unlock-wired’s-new-issue-and-win-an-ipad http://challengerdispatch.com Clockwork Watch http://www.clockworkwatch.com http://seductivealchemy.info Breathe http://breathewith.me MimeFeed http://nomimes.com/newsblog/creating-buzz-vs-the-player-experience