Games For Adults

Did I mention that I’ll be writing for Nightmare Mode? Well, I will. I already am. I already did.

This month’s article is about games for adults.

So, a rabbi, a rabbit and a robot walk into a bar.

The bartender sighs.

Bartender: Is this another joke?

Robot: What? No, we were just having a conversation and we thought we might get something to drink, maybe some nibbles.

The bartender looks at them suspiciously.

Now go read the rest.

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  1. This is a nice post – I’m glad you have explained the area of storytelling that escapes childishness and pretentiousness.

    What are your thoughts on how we can learn to better value our own thoughts as having potential to be worthwhile to others, furthermore even convey those in a palatable manner?

    My feeling is that it just takes a lot of practice to express emotion and experiences through storytelling in an effective manner (especially in games). Maybe there are ways to practice slightly more effectively.

  2. Thanks!

    My feeling is that it just takes a lot of practice to express emotion and experiences through storytelling in an effective manner (especially in games).

    Absolutely. As with all artforms, the two most important things are exposure and experience. Seeing how others do it and finding the best ways of doing it yourself. As I told people when I worked in a Writing Center: read a lot, write a lot.