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    FreePixel looks at video games as part of the moving image culture. Games are not movies. But games use moving image tradition in their presentation. That is why FreePixel offers a critical look at games and their expressive qualities that grow from the use of the moving image.

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    [July 5th, 2011]

    Adding to the Literature list

    Posted by Michael

    Just found out that there is a new book on Art, Code, and Machine of the Demoscene out. In German only – so the real title is “Kunst, Code und Machine” – and I got to admit that I have not read it yet, only skimmed the available intro. But this one sets the scene nicely by diving into Farbrausch’s debris head on and already battles with the “real-time definition.”

    I used to point to Lassi Tasaj√§rvi’s “Demoscene, The Art of Real-time” as my default book on the demoscene. So it is good to see something else on the market.

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