What makes alternate reality games different from other forms of gaming?
In the ARGs thus far produced, what techniques have proven to be most successful and why have some not done well?
What are some of the surprising elements that have found their way into ARGs?
How important is narrative in ARGs, and what kinds of stories do these works generally support?
SMUDGING THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN REAL LIFE AND FICTION
In three cities across the United States, dozens of people take part in stormy rallies opposing the emancipation of robots. The protests are real, although they pertain to issues set in the future, in the year 2142, not in 2001, when the rallies actually take place. At about the same time, a young ...