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  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 2 months ago

    Living Through COVID-19  is a story detailing my own experience with this pandemic. As an Asian American student on Davidson’s campus, this project gives a unique perspective to players. Click through to see how […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 2 months ago

    As I read my posts from the semester, I was pleased to see how much I’ve learned. As we learned different terms and themes in class, I tried my best to apply that to my blog posts. Most of all, this class taught m […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 3 months ago

    Bury Me My Love combines many of the themes we’ve discussed this semester into one game.. Just like Her Story, in Bury Me My Love, the form mirrors the content. Bury Me My Love tells the story of Nour who is a S […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 3 months ago

    The Medical Statement Generator creates mock medical bills based off of my own experiences within the United States’ healthcare industry. It examines the financial burden placed on those who must seek medical care […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 3 months ago

    Last class, we discussed the various roles that players can have when interacting with interactive fiction. In Her Story, I would argue that the player’s role would be categorized as a foil. In her blog post, “An […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 4 months ago

    As I read through Scott Rettburg’s description of procedural and syntactic poetry in Electronic Literature, I found myself comparing a lot of similarities between this genre and CYOA books. 

    Rettburg points ou […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 5 months ago

    As I interacted with Shade, I kept thinking back to the CYOA books we had discussed and mapped for our recent project. In class, we learned about four characteristics that encompassed complex interactive fiction. […]

  • asip wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 5 months ago

    As a kid, I always loved the Choose Your Own Adventure books because I was constantly amazed at the seemingly endless possibilities. I often wondered how long it took the authors to compile these stories and more […]