Sounds dirty, doesn't it?
So, the other day, I played Mythender
with the excellent Quinn Murphy via Google Hangouts. We did a Hangouts-on-Air thing, and a few people watched. It's now on YouTube
, because Hangouts-on-Air does that.
Is that the sort of thing anyone's interested in watching? For some of my research, when I was still in grad school, I went through a few hours of recorded play, and I found it insanely
boring post-hoc. I think it's really an in-the-moment kind of thing. But there are probably folks who disagree, and do find it interesting!
I'm thinking that it might be worthwhile to do some live examples-of-play for games that I like or am making at some point, in addition, of course, to participatory playtests with varied-and-far-flung folks. Would that tickle anyone's fancy?