July 11, 2011
Sleep No More is an “immersion theatre” event in which audiences are free to roam, explore, and investigate -- almost nothing is off-limits -- a vast space that includes 100 rooms spread over 6 floors of a transformed abandoned warehouse in Chelsea, NYC. It's a 'live theater and real-time non-linear multiplayer horror-adventure game.'
February 26, 2011
February 14, 2011
FAR OUT in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the Starship Titanic website sat a specious message board with posts by the senior crew of the fictional ship. The site was launched in 1997 to support Douglas Adams's CD-ROM game of the same name, offering enhancements, misleading ideas, technical support and, of course, nonsense. The board provided clues and additional amusement to players and potential players of the game.
This is not its story. [more inside]
January 28, 2011
A truly graphic adventure: the 25-year rise and fall of a beloved genre. Ars Technica on 25 years of graphic adventure games.