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Indy no longer anti-social thanks in part to Hal Barwood 18 Nov, 2011 / 4 comments

Remember that Indiana Jones Facebook game that you don't care about because it's a Facebook game? Well, someone over at TheRaider.net forums found out something interesting about it: apparently, Hal Barwood was somehow involved. On his web site, Hal credits himself on Adventure World in the area of "Narrative Design."

Who knew? And what does that mean? Perhaps more importantly, does it work like crazy?

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    Shmargin on 21 Nov, 2011, 02:48…

    Rum Rogers

    I noticed a Mojo G+ page finally DOES exist, even if just 2 people (me and Roger Holten) have it in their circles and even if it's totally empty. Do something for it and make G+ a place that's worth to stay in.



    And be part of TWO social networks that I dont like? I dunno, I'll stick with the one that my friends and family 2000+ miles away use, since I really only use it to keep in contact with people I know IRL...IRL, look at me, I'm so tech.
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    Rum Rogers on 20 Nov, 2011, 11:44…
    I noticed a Mojo G+ page finally DOES exist, even if just 2 people (me and Roger Holten) have it in their circles and even if it's totally empty. Do something for it and make G+ a place that's worth to stay in.
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    Shmargin on 20 Nov, 2011, 06:19…
    It gets boring fast. You can only do so many things based off points you. And after a while, the only way you can get points is by begging your friends to play the game and click every time you beg.

    The game feels more like it is an excuse to force other people to use Facebook who wouldn't otherwise be using Facebook, and that feels apparent quickly.
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    clone2727 on 19 Nov, 2011, 03:05…
    Damn it. I might have to care now.

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