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Gwaredd Mountain will show and tell his game Kinect Sesame Street TV and possibly a sister project Kinect Nat Geo TV.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xotqMmZfa0I = Diggs Nightcrawler
0 · November 27, 2013
that is awesome!
Great presentation and discussion last night!
Insightful, interesting and engaging.
0 · November 26, 2013
Sorry I've missed this one, see you all at the next.
Unfortunately, I have to cancel for this eve - first cancel, boo. Have a good session Gwaredd and sorry to miss it.
1 · November 26, 2013
Hahaha, ah... See you next one :-)
Babysitting my friend's kids last minute and preparing a pitch for the early am. :-) I feel the need to qualify.
Sorry to cancel - unexpected events have arisen. Hope to there next time though. :)
Really sorry but I can;t make it now either :-( sorry!
was looking forward to catching up with everyone and getting to find out about the project. If there's any links to find out about it please post em up here!
Hope it goes well tonight and look forward to seeing you at the December event.
apologies for the cross-posting, thought some of you may also enjoy this free London games-writing event coming up next week, you don't have to be an IGDA or Writer's Guild member to attend..!
Interactive writing is not screenwriting. From character creation to plotting, format to structure, from root to interactive branch the process of creating a story and delivering the script has evolved from the skills needed to deliver linear onscreen experiences. In the annual London South Bank University, Writers’ Guild of Great Britain and IGDA talk, a group of experienced games writers Ed ‘Brink’ Stern’, Tom ‘FTL’ Jubert, James ‘Deus Ex’ Swallow and Andrew ‘Fable:Legends’ Walsh will examine a variety of techniques used in videogames writing and explore how they have used them in their own projects.
Date and Time: Wednesday, December 4 at 7 pmLocation: Keyworth Centre, London South Bank
Unfortunately, I can't make this now. Hope you have a good one. Cheers, Rob
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