There is no game. Trust me. DO NOT PLAY!4.53 / 5.00 116,662 Views
A bonus episode of an anime-inspired series about an otaku turned dooms day survivor!4.00 / 5.00 4,904 Views
Time to find this Wizard of OZ.4.21 / 5.00 17,687 Views
Basically, an ARG, or lternate eality ame, is a story-based game that integrates traditional media (books, websites, movies, etc.) into the playing experience. For example, you might have to solve a riddle in a real life location, but the answer to it may be hidden in a cryptic clue on a website.
What are your thoughts about these types of games? Have you ever played one? I have been interested in trying one of these games out, but I haven't had the time or resources (or people skills, real world or online) to participate.
Here's a link to a Wikipedia article, in case you want to learn more:
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At 11/2/12 01:04 AM, TB1ZZL3 wrote: SCP is the ultimate ARG, and the only one I feverishly follow. Not counting Marble Hornets as an ARG because its mostly limited to the YouTube series.
I used to like SCP too. But later they turned less interesting somehow. I also participated in The Lost Ring, fucking awesome.
There is no innocent in hell.
At 11/1/12 11:07 PM, Boss wrote: yeah arpeggio scales r cool as fuck dude
c e g b d f# a c#
^ my fav pentatonic scale
At 11/2/12 02:55 PM, sweet21 wrote: Fez did that. There was a code you had to scan with your smartphone so progress. I dont have a smartphone. I got stuck.
Buying a smartphone becomes part of the game at that point, it's a dynamic feature.