Redefining Reading – Story Mechanics Signs Publishing Deal For The 39 Steps

Story Mechanics is a division of Tern Television.  For the last several months, the company has been working on a new project, with a very lofty goal - to create an entirely new form of digital entertainment, which bridges the gap between literature, gaming and film. Story Mechanics' first project is the classic The 39 Steps,... Continue Reading →

Fun, Consequence and Emotion – Edinburgh Interactive (Session 1)

David Yarnton, Chairman of Edinburgh Interactive, opened the 10th anniversary festival. Selling the festival on the aspect of change, the speed of change and the impact on everyday lives as an introduction to the festival at large. With advances in the industry David noted how inundated we are with options for entertainment, including social media.... Continue Reading →

Steve Hammond’s Manual Override: Category 7

When I was young, I used to have a recurring dream where I was falling. Books from the library, interpreting dreams, were of no use in telling me what it meant. I was falling upwards into the sky, pulled by a force towards something I couldn’t see. I knew it was there, some horrific thing,... Continue Reading →

Reinventing Literature – Tern TV Takes On Tomes

Tern TV, although best known as a TV production company, has a well established and pioneering digital group.  The company's latest venture into the interactive world was recently picked up by Kotaku, who looked at Tern's new Digital Adaptations project. Digital Adaptations takes classic literary works and reimagines them within a virtual environment.  Turning books into... Continue Reading →

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