A relaxing, eloquent experience that can be played at any pace. Become immersed in a panoramic world filled with resplendent colors, beautiful hand-animated visuals, and a smooth, easy-listening soundtrack.
The three interactive books follow the events of the original trilogy, but feature a number of points in which the reader decides which page to turn to in order to continue the story, allowing readers to choose the outcome of events.
Night Book is a new FMV (Full Motion Video), interactive gaming experience, blending a traditional movie narrative with real actors in real sets and gaming elements as part of an ‘interactive occult thriller’.
Survive the Century is a new interactive fiction, choose your own adventure game that puts players in the role of editor-in-chief of the world’s most trusted newspaper. In the role, you have to shape the global narrative on what should be done about climate change by deciding the policies to endorse.
Guide species through millennia and help them explore the vastness of space, make contact and, perhaps, create harmony.
MTV will air an hour-long, interactive special for the show Wild ‘n Out in its 16th season. The special will allow fans to vote in real-time, send lyrical suggestions, and choose games for the participants to play and was created in partnership with tech company Stage Ten, which designed the globally interactive video players. “As we’ve learned from gamingContinue reading “MTV’s “Wild ‘n Out” to Air an Interactive, Choose Your Own Adventure Special”
Nothing To Remember is a murder mystery designed with immersion in mind. The story takes place entirely in real-time, in a sleek chat window directly on your desktop.
Amazon officially launched its new mobile-first digital experience, Kindle Vella, which offers interactive reading for serial fiction stories.
A new FMV game adaptation of Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room, based on the gamebooks by Ian Livingstone, will come to Switch in 2022.
During a recent podcast, Alexandre Aja teased a choose-your-own-adventure project with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin.