May 012014
 

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Stephen Hood folks!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Storium by now. An online, storytelling game that’s currently thriving on Kickstarter. I’ve been able to poke around the beta version a bit and it’s fascinating! In this episode, Stephen’s going to tell us how Storium came about, and what makes it pretty darned unique in the online, storytelling arena. I’ve got to say that I’m personally very excited for this project as well. It scratches so many gaming and creative itches all at once. You should absolutely check it out, and check them out on Twitter for the latest and greatest.


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  2 Responses to “Indie Talks Episode 47 – Stephen Hood talks Storium”

  1. Nice interview.

    By the way, the closest thing to a discussion forum Storium has right now is the Storium subreddit, where you can find a number of guides and things.

    http://www.reddit.com/r/storium/

    • Thanks Chris,

      I’m already subscribed to the Storium subreddit – but haven’t had a ton of time to check it out yet.

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