Have You Ever Written A Video Game?

Can you remember the first video game you played?

I remember playing Duck Hunt with my cousin on Christmas morning years ago. The flash of the screen, the crack of the speakers, that dog laughing at me — it was a memorable experience.

Since then, video games have evolved into a massive enterprise. Like every other business, the game industry requires writers to develop and tell increasingly complex stories. Telling a story takes on an entirely new dimension when the person experiencing the story is given a choice in the outcome.

While I’ve never written for a video game, I can respect the craft of those who do. Video games immerse the player in a complex world with a detailed story. It’s an impressive form of writing.

? This week, look for opportunities to explore new genres for your writing.


? Read more from The Writing Cooperative on writing for video games:

6 Things I Learned From Writing My First Video Game by Cameron Craig
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Game Writing For Beginners by Ilene Kuehl
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Epic Video Games Demand Bold Writers: Be One Of Them by Salted Korramel
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