thread: 2005-03-16 : Solo Play and Kid Play

On 2005-03-18, Tobias wrote:

I'm not demanding kid-play. I'm demanding a fun 1-person RPG-experience, or as close to RPG as I can get.

Reverting back to kid-play, to me, is a useful tool for seeing which processes were fun back then, and which have disappeared. If they've disappeared for any reason *other* than that they're not fun anymore, it pays to know these reasons.

Other people may have different reasons for reverting back to kid-play, but I'm sure they'll let you know on their own.

As to demanding sophistication up to our own 'adult' level - we don't - at least, not all the time. We often are content with something way below our level of sophistication. Because it would get too strenuous, or serious, if we went to maximal level. Witness several types of movies (Dumb & Dumber?), games (Tic Tac Toe, Monopoly, Risk, Planescape: Torment), boozing at the local pub.


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