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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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The Follow Up to Netflix’s Interactive Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

I was relieved to hear that making Bandersnatch completely screwed with the minds of its creators, producers and actors. Apparently they were walking around with their heads in hands, way over schedule and budget… howling at the moon, through the looking-glass…! Hahahah…. welcome to my world! But hats off – they made something quite brilliant!...
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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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Can You Believe in Interactive Stories?

There is no such thing as interactive stories. “Then, why have you been banging on about them for the last few years?” I hear you ask. Let me try and explain on this Linked In post I published last week. I published a post about this on my Linked In page last week. Read it...
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Some Things Christy Dena Learned from Transmedia Worldbuilding

Here’s a good article from the eminently knowledgable Christy Dena about Transmedia and Storyworlds. It’s a great article full of insight and useful links. Go Christy!
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The Five Space Strategy

Recently at Bellyfeel we have been writing up several interactive content proposals for the BBC in accordance with their 4 Screen Strategy: Online, Tablet, Mobile Phone, TV/IPTV. We agree with their approach and understand where they are coming from, but we have also thought long and hard about the importance of a fifth area…  ...
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