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Canada-Australia CoProductions Receive Over $700,000 in Funding [We’re One!]

Remember that crazybig announcement we had fun teasing you with in our last post? Well, now the embargo has been lifted, we’re gobstonkingly thrilled to announce that “Inanimate Alice: Perpetual Nomads”, our new Interactive Digital Novel and Virtual Reality Series, has been selected for production funding through the Canada – Australia Interactive Digital Media Incentive! […]
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Provocare Digital Fiction Project Launched

#Provocare Hard Launch + Assorted Announcement Goodness

Away-stepping from tech for a long weekend and it seems ‘sif the digital world continues to turn without me being in it [how *dare* it! ;)]. Anyhoo, just checking into the Studio and *BOOM!!* – excite-worthy announcements are now splathered all over the shop, including: Transitio_MX06 is wrapping up as we speaktype, with #PRISOM having […]
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Imaginary Friends

Imaginary Friends — Andrea Phillips

“And the world of this book is, I think, full of whimsy and delight: magic mirrors that take you to an enchanted circus; cotton candy that tastes like lightning; the Strong Lady and the Bearded Man. Also: a mean witch! A mysterious fortune teller! A missing magician! This is a story full of love and […]
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Inanimate Alice Via "Spread The Word"

Connecting Stories Between New and Traditional Forms of Writing

Strangely enough, I’ve just been going over some of the design assets I’ve thus-far contributed to Inanimate Alice Episode 6 [and about to construct more], and this pops up on my “interesting” radar: “Inanimate Alice is a browser-based work of interactive fiction, one which has gradually evolved into an award-winning digital literacy tool. It tells […]
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Impacts of Interactive Fiction: Words From An Australian “Inanimate Alice” Reader

“I have one word to describe the newest episode: ‘WOW’. I have to say I have been waiting for part 5 of the series for about 5 years now after I was introduced to Inanimate Alice in my Year 6 English class back in 2010 (I’m in grade 11 now). You have 100% exceeded my […]