Reality is a Game

Game thinking from Adam Clare

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Two Documentaries On Games Worth Watching

This first documentary is about the history of genre-defining video games of the past. It has extensive research into obscure games that were clearly ahead of their time. The genres covered are:

  1. First person shooter
  2. 3D platformer
  3. Horror
  4. Adventure
  5. Video Game

5 Genre-Defining Games Forgotten by History

This next documentary is all about EVE Online which is a game people seem to enjoy watching more than playing. If you’re new to the culture around EVE or unfamiliar with it check this documentary about EVE’s largest convention. Fun fact, the production was crowd funded.

A Tale of Internet Spaceships

The Best Parts Of Psych 101 In An hour

This National Geographic documentary entitled Blow Your Mind is basically an exploration of the niftiest parts of a first year introductory psychology class.

Watch A Documentary On Minecraft and Mojang

Minecraft: The Story of Mojang is now on YouTube and free for the watching a year after it’s official release. This covers the success of Minecraft and, by extension, Mojang (the company formed to run the game). It seems appropriate that this film started on Kickstarter for some reason.

Documentary on H.P. Lovecraft

I chanced across the documentary Fear of the Unknown which is about the frightful writer H.P. Lovecraft and it’s worth sharing. It covers his life (in all its bizarreness) and his writings. The documentary includes insights from John Carpenter, Guillermo del Toro, and the ever brilliant, Neil Gaiman.

Having just read At The Mountains of Madness, I really enjoyed this.

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