or fleeting perception?
The basic disconnect
Settlers; if not indirect in their actual competition- eg. Alhambra. In this respect analogue wargames remain the niche of a niche dominated by educated aging geezers which Jim Dunnigan outlines in his Wargames Handbook.
|An awful lot|
‘Hot’ digital and ‘cool’ analogue?
|Marshall McLuhan: the first|
multi-media metaphysical maestro
“A movie is thus said by McLuhan to be "hot", intensifying one single sense "high definition", demanding a viewer's attention, and a comic book to be "cool" and "low definition", requiring much more conscious participation by the reader to extract value.”
The meme, maybe, anyone?
“Any hot medium allows of less participation than a cool one, as a lecture makes for less participation than a seminar, and a book for less than a dialogue."
|From the earliest|
Taking the pledge?
|Lost in the pages of books|
|Back to ‘The Russian Front’,|
|Just play, soldier!|
|Still my favourite from|
the Deep Space bundle
- 'Death Ray Manta': indie, still psychedelic after all these years
Analogue gamer finally grokks digital?
- #1. In which I neither got nor 'get' computer games