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Speculative Gaming


Jamais Cascio


Open the Future

February 24, 2011

In the past few days, I’ve received two different pings from my Respected Elders asking about games as a mechanism for articulating disruptive scenarios.


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Posted by iPan  on  02/24  at  04:13 PM

Cool article, it’s nice to see futurists paying more attention to gaming.

One I’ve had my eye on recently is From Dust, a “God game” in the same vein as Populous, but far more robust.

Thanks for the link to ‘Fate of the World’.

http://fromdustgame.com/






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