Choosatron

Choosatron

Jerry Belich

jerrytron.com

Suitable for: 9+ (younger with parental presence)

The Choosatron Deluxe Adventure Matrix is a Wi-Fi connected interactive fiction story printer, blending digital and analogue storytelling. It is designed to be easily assembled by kids into a portable game box, encouraging social reading, learning, and play. As you play, you make decisions that affect the outcome of the story, and your journey is printed on a keepsake paper scroll you get to keep. Fun for young and all!

Jerry Belich is an alternative game designer, using hardware, electronics, and software to create immersive interactive and storytelling experiences. He went independent in 2013 after a decade of professional software development, now consulting for other indies and companies in game design, narrative writing, and installation work. His first hardware project, the award winning Choosatron, has traveled all over the world, featured at dozens of events, and sparked imaginations all along the way! Learn more about his work at jerrytron.com.

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