It may be an April Fool's joke, but if not, a group of Canadian players of an alternate-reality game gather in the snow to train for the human labyrinth.
Unsurprisingly, the lead designer on the project was well-known game creator, Jane McGonigal.
YouTube channel Pronunciation Book has been working with Twitter channel Horse_eBooks on the creation of an alternate-reality game (ARG) set in Los Angeles.
YouTube user Pronunciation Book has stopped uploading his pronunciation guides, replacing them with a mysterious and creepy countdown.
The first massively multiplayer online game for Google Glass, based on the hive behavior of ants, sees you performing tasks to help your colony succeed.
Five-hundred players will be hand-picked to join a game celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Manhattan landmark. Players will be the first to spend the night in the famed building.
While big ARGs like I Love Bees and The Beast get most of the ink, there has been a steady stream of games built for very small audiences, without corporate sponsorship.
At SXSW, author Frank Rose talks to CNET about his book that looks at the way the Internet is empowering new kinds of two-way storytelling.