Title: Creative Adventure Game “UNDER SIEGE" - Transparent Windows Event
A creative adventure game with the title “UNDER SIEGE
” will take place on Thursday April 6th, 2017
, by the members of the Multimodal Research and Reading Group
(School of English, AUTh).
The game is going to take place in various rooms (you’ll be notified after the acceptance of your registration) in Old and New Philosophy Buildings
So REGISTER NOW and BE PREPARED FOR ACTION and FUN!!!
**A certificate of participation will be provided**
The places available for this game experience are very limited
. So if you're interested in participating, please forward your emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be notified about venue and other details the latest by Wednesday, April 5th
This event is organized by the Multimodal Research and Reading Group
in collaboration with 'Transparent Windows
' (School of English Book Club) and under the auspices of the Laboratory of Narrative Research
ÅVENT ABSTRACTUNDER SIEGE
is a hybrid role-playing game which brings together elements of code-based interactive narratives and physical adventure games through the use of digital and material resources. The game is conceptualized, constructed and coordinated by the Multimodal Research and Reading Group
of School of English (AUTh).
As the title suggests, the story revolves around an unprecedented and challenging situation that puts our School of English as a physical location at the center of attention. Players participating in the game are asked to solve a series of puzzles and riddles revolving mostly around pop culture, and American and English literature, by resorting to different skills. Participation is essential. So it is necessary for players to work collaboratively in teams. GROUP MEMBERS
The Multimodal Research and Reading Group
focuses on the examination of multimodal narrative techniques. Its members are postgraduate students as well as Ph.D. candidates and Ph.D. holders from the School of English (AUTh) with an interest in multimodality, digital and transmedia storytelling, and digital literary and visual production. The group is keen on interdisciplinary projects and collaborations as well as on the organization of creative workshops and presentations. For information about its members please click here
Return to events page