|Author(s):||Janet Brennan, Adamn Nakama, Greg Pettigrew, Don Ross, Mike Wixon|
|Game EMail:||ballyhooindustries AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Female Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 6 / Max: 12|
|Total Players:||Min: 6 / Max: 12|
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Choices V by Don Ross -- As we stand at this critical juncture in our lives, I just know that all of you have worked out where you are going to go next, what you are going to make of yourselves. But for those still undecided, please feel free to make use of the roulette wheel our staff has mounted on the stage.
diminished minor by Adam Nakama -- A modified amnesia game where the player controls the memories they have access to through a series of scenes patterned in response to famous jazz tracks. Players will become characters with an entire lifetime of adventures, rivalries, and romances starting in the Age of Pulp.
Last Night in The House of Clay by Janet Brennan -- A whodunnit murder mystery set in the jazzy atmosphere of present day New Orleans, inspired by The Serpent and the Rainbow, and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Join the jam session and play our experimental tune.
[Insert You Bio Here]
Writer, scientist, gadfly. Went to Odyssey Writer's Workshop, and will talk to you for ages if you're interested in writing and publishing speculative fiction. Or pervasive games. Or anything else that is fun, ever.
"Wait... I'm running wha???- OH GOD!!!" - Eager Mike Wixon
Hi Everybody I'm "Eager" Mike of WPI infamy. Like many of you I vacillate (swap between in a flighty manner, nothing to do with petroleum based lubricants/moisturizers) between "Weighty Introspective Dramas" and "Overblown Hammed Up Comedy". The result (I hope for) is not unlike 80s Pop Music. (I wish I were as cool as Danny Elfman)
Generally "Overblown Hammed Up Comedy" is a LOT easier. Plus it allows for melodrama, the happy intersection of the two styles.
You may remember me as a co-author of such LARPs as: "Three Nations" A Diplomatic Summit Under Threat of Mutually Assured Destruction, "And the Symphony Played On" An "In Nomine" All Archangel LARP of Heavenly Politics, and "Midsummer Night and the Livin' is Easy" a Film Noir style LARP about the Fae Courts (also winner of Intercon I's Iron GM competition).