Sunday, June 04, 2006

Two posts in the wings

Ethics and Gaming 6.0


Web 3.0

are both written, and now hopefully being reviewed. I'll keep you posted.

In the meantime, this guy takes the game Sorry - excuse me, Ludo - very seriously:

It's a fun, colorful work but hints at more serious themes like migration and interaction with neighboring territories.

"This game I made is about people who are traveling home and in the middle you see all the colors mixed together," he says. "My work brings people together; games bring people together and the more you play it, the more you see meaning."



gnome said...


would you happen to know any place, where I could read about the economics of games and or the spatial/community functions of game/hobby stores?


Yehuda Berlinger said...

The archives on the Game Journal have something about game stores, and DW Tripp from Gone Gaming could tell you more.


gnome said...

Thanks a lot my friend. Cheers