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20 Ideas to Improve Your Interactive Storytelling – FAST!

If you’re developing, creating or publishing your own interactive stories, you will know that there is little out there on the web in the way of information or help. Even though this area of media is growing, apart from finding the occasional random blog article, how do you get good info and ideas? At Bellyfeel,...
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How to Give Your Audience Control and NOT Regret it

Did you hear about the Secret Story Network? It’s an R&D project we have been developing on the QT at Bellyfeel. What is the Secret Story Network? It’s a series of live interactive stories delivered in chat apps to audiences who collaborate on telling the story together as an immersive storygame experience. The stories are...
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7 Innovative User Experiences from the Modern Music Biz

After you’ve read this post you’ll know that it’s not all doom and gloom for the music industry. How do I know? Because I’ve seen what panic in the face of online piracy can create… and it’s awesome! Something For the Soul Like any medium, music often carries a story within its lyrics, including characters, locations...
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Choose Your Own Documentary

Interactive Documentary – In A Theatre?

Choose Your Own Documentary is a live performance of a documentary where the audience choose which way to take the story at numerous decision points – there are 1500 different outcomes… The show is inspired by the Choose Your Own Adventure books that were popular in the 1980’s. I was VERY INTRIGUED when I heard...
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Interactive Video Showreel

Watch the Bellyfeel interactive showreel below – if you want to personalise the experience you’ll need an Mp3 of your favourite music track. Our current favourite is Ace of Spades by Motorhead but you can choose something entirely more laid back if you like?
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Why I Want to Buy a PS3

The games made by thatgamecompany are an intriguing bunch of very good reasons why I want to buy a PS3. These game-makers are looking at moving the videogame into a different realm, where thoughts and emotions count for something, and the gun means nothing.
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