help players immerse in your world


“If people realise I am thirty-five,” he said, “they won’t allow their imaginations to run wild. They’ll see me as an adult acting, rather than a kid playing. Most people in the audience want to forget the rules, but they need a little help. I have to create an imaginary world for them: if I do it well, they will walk in to it with me.”  Philippe a Cirque clown

Cirque Du Soleil : The Spark, Igniting The Creative Fire That Lives Within Us All by Lyn Heward and John U. Bacon

Players want to suspend disbelief, give them no cause to step outside of the world you have created for them.


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