In pairs, choose 3 of the 5 interactive fiction texts.
Find a partner on your own -- you're welcome to use this space to help you stay in touch. Just agree, with your partner, what games you plan to play. You don't need to be in the same room to play them, though it might be helpful.Start by sampling (or at least reading about) the games mentioned on this page. http://www.1up.com/do/feature?cId=3168303 Play each for 15 minutes, and then spend at least another hour playing whichever game(s) you wish.
If you'd like some more choices than that, I suggest
Not in the same class, but possibly of interest because you may know the author.
Come to class ready to talk about your experience. Friday's assignment will ask you to present your reactions in the form of a website. You're welcome to blog your responses so you can use them for the next portfolio assignment, but you can also just save them and put them on the web site for Friday.
Jed Fetterman on IF Readings: Does anyone still need a friend?
Andy Lonigro on IF Readings: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/AndrewLoNigro/2008/10/s
Denamarie Ercolani on IF Readings: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DenamarieErcolani/2008/
Denamarie Ercolani on IF Readings: who needs a partner? email me: denamarieercolani@
Jackie Johns on IF Readings: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/JacquelynJohns/2008/10/
Andy Lonigro on IF Readings: Ok that's fine... i've played them all too. Any th
Kevin Hinton on IF Readings: Andy, You got a partner yet? I'm open. I've playe
Andy LoNigro on IF Readings: Anyone need a partner? Lol.
Daniella Choynowski on IF Readings: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DaniellaChoynowski/2008