The Swedish game-magazine Level had a nice article about the relationship between art and games in their July 2007 issue. This article contained an interview with me about the game Rorschach, where I collaborated with Ida Rödén to make a small art-game. This game has been shown in a number of more “traditional” art-forums, for example at Umeå Konsthögskola and the M.A.D.E. festival. Art and games has always had a slightly weird relasionship and as usual opinions drift apart. Personally I see interactivity as the key word, and Rorschach tries to explore the interactivity of conversations; something that games in general have been pretty unsuccessful in.
Rorschach is now available for download and can be found at http://www.collectingsmiles.com/rorschach.
2 thoughts on “Rorschach”
Lovely! But how do you exit the PC version?
Good question. Alt+F4 works for now, but I’ll better fix an option in the main menu in the next update.