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Posts tagged “The Curfew”

UK Writers’ Guild Noms: Go Go Gillen & Stern

The Writers' Guild of Great Britain - a rather different entity to the US Writers' Guild - last week announced its nominees for assorted mediums' most lauded writers. Included are the obscure likes of 'television', 'theatre', 'books' and 'radio', but fortunately Best Videogame keeps things relevant to our little corner of the internet. This is a prize given only to UK writers, so who do…

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Interview: Channel 4’s Alice Taylor & Jo Twist

As you'll see if scroll down a bit and your eyes still work, Channel 4 Education revealed ten new webgames from British studios this morning. We sent roving reporter Keza MacDonald to speak to the Commissioning Editors for Education, Alice Taylor and Jo Twist, over three cups of coffee and a ridiculous over-abundance of pastry treats. Wish to read comforting things about how lovely the…

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Night-time Story: The Curfew Less Wobbly

The Curfew's been in Beta for a few weeks now with all the four episodes running, but they've been a bit twitchy. However, as the end of its Beta approaches, it's basically in a good enough state for me to feel happy to link to it - which is pretty much what Curfewer in arms Simon Parkin said last night. As in, my saved game…

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The Curfew’s Curfew Is Lifted

The Curfew, a free educational online game from Channel 4, launches today in Britain. The narrative-led investigative puzzle game is designed to teach political awareness, documenting as it does a near-future society dominated by an oppressive government, and asking the player to make decisions that reflect their own political opinions and meaningfully affect other characters in the world. The Curfew is developed by LittleLoud and…

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We Are Watching: Curfew Character Teasers

We've previously discussed the graphic-adventure-for-web I wrote with Littleloud for Channel 4. Anyway, since then, they've lobbed up four interrogation-scene character trailers to introduce the main cast. And you'll find them below. Out towards the end of next month, and available free to play online to everyone. And I'm not saying any more to avoid spoilers. Yes.

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Don’t Come Out 2nite: The Curfew

Videos of Littleloud's contribution to Channel 4's British Indies initiative has surfaced online. The Curfew is a graphic adventure set in the near future with a satirical Civil Liberties theme, built on the technology which powered the previous BAFTA-winning Bow Street Runner. There's a minor conflict of interest on this one, which I should probably make clear before progressing: I wrote it. So - er…

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