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The Maze of Games Audiobook Narrated by Wil Wheaton

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An audio version of Mike Selinker and Pete Venters' Maze of Games interactive puzzle novel, narrated by actor and author Wil Wheaton.
Backers: 497
Average Pledge Per Backer: $50

Funded: $25,000 of $5,000
Dates: Jul 21st -> Aug 7th (17 days)
Project By: Lone Shark Games
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Latest News

one last stretch goal: a Behind the Maze live show

August 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to great last 24 hours from you guys, we hit all our stretch goals for the Audiophonic Conundrucopia. So we brainstormed something else crazy, which we will do if we hit $25,000.  If we reach $25,000, we will do a live show called "Behind the... (Read More)

Enter The Maze of Games, A Novel Made Of Puzzles

August 6th - via: io9.com
The Maze of Games plunges you into a tale of Victorian-era siblings lost in a strange, fantastical maze filled with more than 50 linked puzzles, goaded by the ghastly Gatekeeper. Author and puzzlemaker Mike Selinker gave us a peek into the maze, and shared a clip of Wil Wheaton's audioboook narration. (Read More)

Even more Audiophonic Conundrucopians added in our last 48 hours!

August 4th - via: kickstarter.com
48 hours left! We would very much love to get all our favorite musically and audibly inclined puzzlemakers into that Audiophonic Conundrucopia we'll make around the end of the year. To whet your appetite, we've added a few more great puzzlemakers. As... (Read More)

Penny Arcade - “The Maze of Games” Available In Our Store

August 4th - via: penny-arcade.com
I would say that the best part of being “Tycho” is that I get to meet interesting people who are always doing amazing shit. Tabletop legend Mike Selinker is in that elite cadre of Amazing-Shit-Doers. (Read More)

New Conundrucopians!

August 1st - via: kickstarter.com
The Audiophonic Conundrucopia is gaining some new puzzlemakers that have been tossed in the cage. You may recognize two of them from the book's Conundrucopia author list. Dan Katz, a lecturer in math at Brown University, is probably best known as... (Read More)

Is 'The Maze of Games' the best puzzle book of all time?

July 31st - via: bellevuereporter.com
You pick up a novel: a story set in 1897, about a 14-year-old bookworm and her older brother. During a visit to the mythology section of the Upper Wolverhampton Library, Colleen and Samuel accidentally awaken an ancient Gatekeeper who traps them in the world of his book, “The Maze of Games,” demanding they solve a gauntlet of puzzles in order to return home. (Read More)

The Maze of Games is a Multimedia Solve Your Own Adventure

July 29th - via: escapistmagazine.com
Occasionally someone gets an idea so outlandish and cool that there's simply not a good word for it. You imagine that's what the creators of the original "Choose Your Own Adventure" books probably felt. They couldn't safely call them novels, because they weren't. You imagine that's how Mike Selinker thought when he came up with the idea for what he alternately calls an "interactive puzzle novel" or a "solve your own adventure" - the imposing adventure tome The Maze of Games. (Read More)

The Audiophonic Conundrucopia, Gatekeeper troves, and more!

July 28th - via: kickstarter.com
We've got some exciting announcements on the Maze of Games audiobook front. Assuming enough folks want it, we're going to add an audio puzzle suite to our list of Maze of Games experiences. Here, forthwith, let me introduce you to The Audiophonic... (Read More)

A little music for your weekend

July 26th - via: kickstarter.com
We reached 200 backers, which is great! No big announcements about the audiobook today, because most of us are still at San Diego Comic Con, where Maze of Games audiobook contributors Wil, Paul & Storm, Marian, and I all performed at w00tstock.... (Read More)

Many thanks, plus songs, covers, and puzzlery

July 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks for a great first day of this Kickstarter campaign! Because of your support, we reached our goal in one evening, which means we're making a Maze of Games audiobook! Everyone at Lone Shark Games and Skyboat Media is thrilled to be doing this... (Read More)

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