Monthly Archives: March 2016

Category5 TechTV: Future of Storytelling

The folks at Category5 TechTV had Jean on the show to talk about turning books into story games, retro games focussed on storytelling, OMSG's project with Charlaine Harris and the upcoming story games such as Mandatory Upgrade, The Fireside Murders and many more. http://www.category5.tv/ - they've got some great shows - check them out!
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Talking Games: Podcast w Jean Leggett

Talking Games talks it up with Jean Leggett about storytelling in games, how One More Story Games came to be and the upcoming project with Charlaine Harris. Listen to the whole podcast here: http://talkingcomicbooks.com/2016/03/14/special-edition-talking-charlaine-harris-story-driven-game-software-jean-leggett/ ~ ~ Are you a creative individual who loves video games and has a story to tell? Well, you’re definitely going to…
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SubQ: Interactive Storytelling

Kerstin Hall interviews Jean Leggett for sub-Q. Jean Leggett is co-founder and director of One More Story Games. She is situated in Canada and makes a lot of jokes about dumplings. This interview took place over Skype.   Kerstin Hall: Let’s start with the basics. When was One More Story Games founded? Jean Leggett: OMSG was…
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Wits and Pieces: Diversity in Games

Wits and Pieces has Jean on the show to talk about women in games, diversity in games storytelling and how the StoryStylus engine can help inspire many storytellers to create their own story games - no matter how young or old you are! See the full episode here, Jean appears at the 19:35 mark. http://rogerstv.com/media?lid=237&rid=7&gid=248309
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Kobo Writing Life: One More Story Games

Kobo Writing Life interviewed Jean Leggett about the next frontier for storytellers - interactive fiction and interactive story games. To listen to the podcast, visit http://kobowritinglife.com/2016/03/02/kobo-writing-life-podcast-episode-052-one-more-story-games/. There have never been more opportunities for writers and storytellers than ever in the history of publishing, and Episode 052 of the Kobo Writing Life Podcast demonstrates yet another…
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