Tag Archives: game writing

My Game Writing Lab at the London Screenwriters’ Festival

After an overview piece in my last post I thought I’d write something more about the game writing lab I conducted.  This was a workshop aimed at LSWF delegates who had an interest in discovering more about the details of … Continue reading

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London Screenwriters’ Festival

Having just spent a couple of very full and inspiring days at the London Screenwriters’ Festival (#londonswf on Twitter) I thought I would write a few words on the train back to York. As last year, an overwhelming sense of … Continue reading

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Game Writing Lab – an update

Because the London Screenwriters’ Festival is primarily a screenwriting event, we decided to make the game writing lab as inclusive as possible in order to be fair to everyone who wishes to take part.  We have therefore modified the submission … Continue reading

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A Script Lab on Game Writing

I’ve been asked to run a script lab on game writing at the London Screenwriters’ Festival.  I’m really pleased with this opportunity to connect with people who’d like a bit more insight into writing for video games. Although the lab … Continue reading

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Here is a flyer I created…

I feel it sums up the work I undertake, at a high level. Please feel free to share it if you wish. Related articles Game Writing or Narrative Design? New-look website Press Release July 2012

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Game Writing or Narrative Design?

Writing for video games is a wonderful thing and at the same time a little odd.  Or, rather, people’s perceptions of it can be odd.  Even after all the time I’ve spent making it my career, there are still some … Continue reading

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New-look website

I’ve revamped my wsebsite and given it a new look.  I thought the old version was looking a little ugly, so I hope you like this new version.

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Gamescom Interview

Here is an interview I was asked to do at Gamescom last week.  Miodrag Kovachevic asked some pretty interesting questions, so it was a real pleasure to talk with him.  I don’t often get the chance to talk in depth … Continue reading

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Press Release July 2012

Steve Ince Joins The Writers’ Guild EAST YORKSHIRE, UK (July 26th, 2012): Steve Ince, writer and game designer, is pleased to announce that he is now a member of The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. Ince, who has nearly 20 … Continue reading

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Portrait of Caroline

The last couple of days I’ve been working on a number of things connected with Caroline’s Secret, my personal project.  One of these was the story, which has been troubling me for a little while and now I’m much happier … Continue reading

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