Tag: sketchbook

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #10

  TEXT-AND-LINE ADVENTURE This one would be something like one of those old text adventures, except with straight lines connecting text passages, to give some...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #9

CONVERGING LINES This one is a simple rhythm game.  Lines will shoot across the screen, and you have to tap/click when they converge. It’s condensed...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #8

CRYPTOGRAPHIC WHEEL OF FORTUNE (based on Arcs and Lines) The player spins the money-wheel and then bets that money.  Everything’s mechanically the same as Wheel...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #7

All Combinations (36) of Six Geometric Figures: The RPG. This concept recasts geometric figures as RPG characters.  There are heavy-hitting characters and mages and summoners...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #6

CLAUSTROPHOBIC “NOT-STRAIGHT LINES” The player draws vertical lines at the indicated spots on top and bottom of the screen. The game decides where the lines...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #5

NON-COMPETITIVE ‘DRAW SOMETHING’ VARIANT Instruction ——>Unique Reinterpretation   One player writes out instructions (or pieces them together from the available word bank) for some kind...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #4

MOUSE NEEDS HOUSE (Based on All Three-Part Variations on Three Different Kinds of Cubes.) A mouse appears in the margins of the screen and shows...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #3

CUBE CAPTURE   This is one of the more video-gamey ideas.  It’d play something like Geometry Wars except with no shooting, only avoiding.  You move...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #2

COLOR RACE   4 different colored lines swim from the left side of the screen to the right.  They’re racing to the edge.  The player has...

My Sketchbook: Sol Lewitt Game #1

  MASSIVELY COOPERATIVE CROWDSOURCED EMERGENT SCRIBBLE-DRAWING GAME (could also work in a singleplayer context but that’d be a lot less interesting). Exactly what the people in...

My Sketchbook: Collections Assignment

For this project, I collected the dedication pages of books in the library, wrappers of granola and nut bars, and various kinds of black markers....