As part of the Playing Narratives program, which has been running since mid-April, 23 participants, as well as the wider community, have already had the opportunity to send interesting lectures on gaming history and the gaming market (Dušan Žica), narrative design (Mladen Levnaić) and game design (Norbert Varga – Digital Arrow).
On this occasion in cooperation with the renowned French school for interactive media Cnam-ENJMIN, we are proud to present a lecture by a distinguished French game designer who presents himself under the pseudonym FibreTigre.
The lecture entitled Branching Narratives, is intended for young writers or beginners in writing video games. It will include the use of narrative branching in the creation of scenarios, as well as some “trees” and methods for working in this field.
The program Playing Narratives was initiated by Goethe-Institut and the French Institute in Serbia together with SGA. This 8-month program is supported by the Franco-German Cultural Fund. Furthermore, the project was recognized by numerous partners in Serbia and from abroad: the general sponsor of the project is Digital Arrow from Novi Sad, while as distinguished sponsors the local companies Two Desperados and 3lateral as part of Epic Games are also taking part. Ubisoft Belgrade is also one of the sponsors of the project. Renowned organizations from Germany (accelerator Spielfabrique) and France (higher school for video games and interactive digital media Cnam-ENJMIN) and their lecturers are also involved into the realization of the project.