Current Buzz about Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple [4.2.2011]


Wired: Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple Tells a Story Worth Playing
"If you’re looking for a fun way to spend an hour or two with your tween-aged kids — or if you’re just looking for a cool storytelling game for yourself and your friends — please consider backing Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple."

Kickstarter Blog: An Homage Done Right
"If M. Night Shyamalan’s misguided live-action version of Avatar: The Last Airbender made you want to hide your childhood dreams in a Hollywood-proof vault never to see the light of day again, then perhaps Do: The Pilgrims of the Flying Temple can restore those dreams to their proper place. Inspired by beloved animated classics like The Last Airbender, The Little Prince, and Kino’s Journey, Daniel Solis’s new cooperative storytelling game celebrates the coming-of-age narrative with humor, strategy, and adventure. Now that’s how an homage is done right."

Ryan Macklin: Pilgrims of the Flying Awesome
"I’m the principal editor on the project, and we’ve brought on the enterprising Lillian Cohen-Moore to help put that final spit polish on it. The art is gorgeous. And Daniel’s writing is…well, he’s become a hell of a writer. Editing his writing is still work — everyone’s is — but damnit, it’s fun work. A literal joy to read. I’m excited for y’all to see this book."

Jennisodes
* Setting goals for kickstarter
* Setting pledge amounts
* Meeting the goal and adding new rewards
* Kickstarter video
* Influences of the game
* Pilgrim Letters
* Pilgrim name
* Next step in the production process
* Conventions for promotion - GenCon and Pax East

Forum discussions are active on RPG.net and Story-Games!
Daniel Solis
Art Director by Day. Game Designer by Night.