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Ideas and the Philosophy of Books in a Video Game

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The discussion of alternative facts, censorship, the freedom of the press, and the value of information has become more and more important in recent months. Luckily book lovers and video game creators are working to make those questions more accessible. I had the chance to look at Quote, a video game created by one such group of people, and am excited to share it with you all.

So if you like video games, books, or thinking about the role that information plays in society, head over to my article “Quote: A Video Game for Book Lovers” at Book Riot to find out more and see the game trailer.

(Side note: I absolutely adore the design work for this game. Maybe I am easily pleased, but something about the graphics and overall aesthetic speaks to me. The look feels inspired by children’s books yet plays with much larger ideas. I am all for it.)

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