The Miracle Mile Paradox ARG
The Miracle Mile Paradox is an alternate reality game (ARG) set in a historic neighborhood of Los Angeles. The game is currently being built and will run (for FREE) for 14 weeks during the summer of 2012.
The Miracle Mile Paradox will be playable both online and in real life. The plan is to have the online gamers from all over the world interact with the players participating in the live experience in Los Angeles.
Indie filmmakers take note: A number of New World storytellers are pitching in to make The Miracle Mile Paradox an experience that uses the real world as a platform - but film and other fictional elements (blogposts, social media, etc.) will also be part of the interactive entertainment.
If you're interested in playing, finding out more or supporting The Miracle Mile Paradox here's a link to their Kickstarter campaign.
The Miracle Mile Paradox has already received over $3,000 in pledges (as of March 24th 2012). But the ARG will only be funded if the full amount of the Kickstarter campaign ($9,500) is pledged by Saturday morning April 14th, 2012.
If you're interested in how online tools, filmed elements, and clues embedded into the real world can be orchestrated into a new form of participatory fun, please visit The Miracle Mile Paradox Kickstarter campaign and share this post with your friends who might be interested.
Posted by Randy Finch on Saturday, March 24, 2012
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