Content tagged "Nick Montfort"
Posted by Andrew Whitacre
“I wouldn’t want to argue that the Atari way was better. But it has a different concept of how people will play together.”
Event: Friday, February 20, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
Nick Montfort on a new interactive fiction system that draws on narrative theory and computational linguistics to allow the transformation of the narrating.
Montfort and Bogost show that the Atari VCS—often considered merely a retro fetish object—is an essential part of the history of video games.
During the academic year, GAMBIT is allowing CMS to reinvent itself, to better achieve our goals inside both the classroom and the research laboratory.
Posted by CMS/W
Suzanne de Castell, Fred Turner, Siva Vaidhyanathan, Jose van Dijck, and Nick Montfort wrap up Media in Transition 5.
Posted by Nick Montfort
Nick Montfort’s Twisty Little Passages is the first book-length consideration of interactive fiction, examining it from gaming and literary perspectives.