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 Ethical Dilemmas2 comments
picture11 Apr 2004 @ 19:52
Below are a few questions from Utima IV: Quest of the Avatar, an outdated (but goodie) RPG game of old. You are asked to make choices. There are no good ones, but you must choose one good over another.  More >

 Tropico - Mucho Macho6 comments
picture7 Apr 2004 @ 17:06

Tropico - Mucho Macho challenges you to build up the economy of your own little tropical island—as either a benevolent leader or a ruthless dictator:

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 Planescape: Torment12 comments
picture31 Mar 2004 @ 19:14

What can change the nature of a man?

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 The Many Faces of Go4 comments
picture8 Feb 2004 @ 01:56
Art: Bruce Jensen ©


Go is a ballet of complementary patterns intertwining across the board.

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 Cooperative Games9 comments
picture25 Jan 2004 @ 02:17
Unlike most games which require players to focus their efforts trying to bankrupt someone or destroy their armies, and basically try and get rid of one another, here are a couple of unusual games in which players must work together if they are to survive — there are no individual winners, all players win or all players lose:
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 I Ching for writers3 comments
picture29 Sep 2003 @ 10:38

The Observation Deck is kind of like an I Ching for writers. At an impasse in your essay or novel? Looking for a new approach or even merely a warm-up exercise? Simply pluck a card from the deck, refer to the appropriate section in the accompanying book, and go with it.  More >

 Three Heavenly Opals2 comments
picture21 Sep 2003 @ 23:56


This is a hypertext version of an Advanced Dungeons and Dragons tournament module written by Bradley Bush and Brian Yap for Arcanacon VIII.
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 Spell to free oneself from excessive computer enchantment3 comments
picture4 Jun 2003 @ 10:01
Spell to free oneself from excessive computer enchantment
---Ian Lurking Bear (1996)


Many good folk have found themselves ensnared in a growing web of computer generated artifice and glamoury. While computers are sometimes a useful tool, one must take care to have a healthy relationship with them. If you have found that they seem to be draining your time and energy away, or slowly invading your soul, then this spell is for you. If you are seeing pixels, icons, and dialog boxes in your dreams, it may already be too late, but give this spell a try anyway.  More >

 Surrealist Games16 comments
picture9 May 2003 @ 18:43
- Automatic Writing

- Automatic writting and Dream transcription

- Esquisite Cadaver

- Write a Dadaist Poem

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 Unicorn Variation31 comments
picture26 Apr 2003 @ 19:01
How exiting! An entry about chess.

R U Game?

What do you mean Chess is not Creative Writing? Have you ever taken a good look at a Chess game's transcript?

1. e4 e5
2. Nf3 Nc6
3. Bb5 Nf6
4. o-o Nxe4
5. d4! Nd6
6. d4xe5 Nxb5  More >