Telling Stories via the Gameplay Reflecting a Player Character’s Inner States
In this paper we present our effort to combine an internally focalized narration with simple game mechanics using a silent narrative game in which player interaction possibilities are connected to the protagonist’s state of mind and changing along with it as the story progresses. A preliminary user study indicates that our game successfully delivered a story during the activity of playing.
KeywordsNarrative-oriented gameplay internal focalization
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