This chatterbox technique explores a way to playfully utilize and capitalize on any dormant tendencies towards verbosity and needlessly lengthy verbal contributions which might, otherwise, become stalling or a hindrance to the flow of the evolving scene…
Tag Archives: Experts
Game Library: “One-Voice Expert”
This entry encourages exploring both the verbal and physical possibilities inherent in a relatively common short-form game, “One-Voice Expert.”
Game Library: “Expert Double Figures”
If two heads are better than one, are four arms better than two…?
Game Library: “Good, Bad, Worst Advice”
This entry includes some good, bad and worst advice for how to get the most out of a short-form game of the same name.
Game Library: “Naïve Expert”
It’s not just the oxymoronic game title that’s appealing: “Naïve Expert” combines endowments, talk-shows and obscure areas of expertise in a delightfully entertaining way.
“E” is for “Experts”
The persona of the “Expert” has a lot to offer in terms of confidence, precision and crafting our characters from a place of strength.
Game Library: “Player Interview”
This exercise explores the art of calmly being ourselves and trusting that the material will come: meet “Player Interview!”
Game Library: “Point/Counterpoint”
With a playful edge, “Point/Counterpoint” satirizes the state of political discourse and polarization.
Game Library: “That’s Right Experts”
Here’s the latest addition to the imrpoivdr.com Game Library. “That’s Right Experts” is one of the few short-form games that still scares me a little for all the right reasons.