Tag: gaming

Butter Archive #16: Video Games as Art?

Over the weekend I attended a literary conference in New York City (I'm sure you all missed me terribly <3). I had a few hours toΒ myself and decided to spend them at MoMA. Visiting art museums is always a good idea, but there was an exhibition in particular that made me hop up in excitement, … Continue reading Butter Archive #16: Video Games as Art?

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Butter Archive #13: Are Video Games Literature?

So this week we've been looking at video games and other interactive fictions, and it's a topic that I think is really fascinating and interesting... so much so that I made a video essay about it! I made this last year in response to the Digital Literature course I took in 3rd year, and I … Continue reading Butter Archive #13: Are Video Games Literature?

Interactive Literature & Games: “I have no idea what visual design is”

Or "I have no idea what makes something visual pleasing or at the very least not seizure inducing" Flight Paths Flight Paths took such a long time to load I almost did not read it. I also keep losing the new pop up windows that opened up. I was actually reading These Waves of Girls … Continue reading Interactive Literature & Games: “I have no idea what visual design is”