December 11, 2014

Publisher of Interactive Story Games Promotes Local Authors

Barrie, ON, December 11, 2014 – On December 10, 2014, One More Story Games launched a digital marketplace for authors to publish interactive story games reminiscent of Choose Your Own Adventures. Two stories written by Barrie writers are highlighted at launch: a free-to-play introductory story called ‘Mulcaster Murder’ by Sutherland Booth, and a premium story called ‘APOK: Get in the Wring,’ a two hour playable police thriller written by police officer Mike Walton.

One More Story Games is also launching StoryStylus, a software tool for writers of all ages and writing experience, in late December. With StoryStylus, writers can create simple or complex interactive stories. Imagine high school students creating interactive video game versions of Shakespearean works.

One More Story Games will be celebrating its launch by welcoming the Dean of Technology & Interactive Arts of Georgian College, Dean Kevin Weaver, City Councilors Arif Khan and Rose Romita, and Ruby Young of the Business Enterprise Resource Network to its office on Friday December 12 at 2:30pm at #328 – 80 Bradford Street, Barrie.

About One More Story Games

One More Story Games was founded in 2013 by Blair Leggett. Born and raised in Barrie, Blair moved to Vancouver in 1990 to attend university and pursue a career in the games industry. He has worked for industry giants Electronic Arts and Zynga. After a near-fatal medical error, Blair returned to Barrie after 22 years away to recover and start his own independent games studio with his wife Jean.

With support from the Self Employment Assistance (SEA) Program at the Business Enterprise Resource Network (BERN), Blair developed his company’s business vision and plan. Georgian College has been a key partner for One More Story Games, providing 13 programming co-op students in 2014. One More Story Games has raised $170,000 from friends and family in 2014 to launch its revolutionary games publishing platform.

If you would like more information about this press release, please contact Jean Leggett at