“I can think of one thing there is a game called ‘Assassin’s Creed’ in which you move a lot in big crowds of people. The method of doing so efficiently is that he kind of gently pushes everyone out of the way. I remember feeling an urge for doing so […]
“I get different answering options as a picture in my head. My sister insulted me in some way, and I thought ‘What am I going to answer? And I see it as options in my head” (Eva, 16 years).
“After completing prince of persia: sands of time, when i accidently dropped a sandwich with the butter side down, i instantly reached for the “R2″ button. my middle finger twitched, trying to reach it. Only to discover that i didnt have a PS2-controller in my hands” (Milton, 19)
“I was walking in the woods near my home and i just wanted to walk on the path becuse then its less likely to get attacked my mobs” (Linus, 19). In the Game from Alex Gansert on Vimeo.
“Mirror’s Edge though, a similar game. I usually try to overcome differend obstacles, like small fences, by running and jumping the same way I would do in the game” (Alex, 15)
“After playing the game I felt I was the character so i moved like the character. I imagined myself in this menu and chosed the topics I should think about (Simon, 15)