Some small updates to Grotto- keys are no longer single-use, but rather have a chance to break on use, like shields and brushes. Shield bashing- you can attempt to shield bash locked doors now, but this has affected regular character shield bashing and will need to be revisited. Added incense animation.

Short playtest with Danny- discussed adding color to visited doors, and I have gone ahead and added this as a task. I think it’s important to have a way to orient yourself in the maze.

Did a lot of writing this weekend, but the dungeon mode is still not at what I would call a complete rough draft yet. I am going to try to spend a good portion of the week reading if I can manage to defend the time needed to do it. Next books on my list are-

  • Akenson, Donald, and Donald Harman Akenson. 2007. Some Family: The Mormons and How Humanity Keeps Track of Itself. Montréal, CA: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  • Arakawa, Shūsaku, Madeline Gins, and Jean-Jacques Lecercle. 2006. Making Dying Illegal: Architecture against Death : Original to the 21st Century. New York: Roof Books.
  • Foucault, Michel. 1977. “Nietzsche, Genealogy, History.” In Language, Counter-Memory, Practice: Selected Essays and Interviews, edited by D. F. Bouchard. Ithaca, NY [u.a.]: Cornell University Press.
  • ———. 2019. “Texts/Contexts: Of Other Spaces.” In Grasping the World, edited by Donald Preziosi and Claire Farago, 1st ed., 371–79. Routledge.
  • Latour, Bruno. 2002. Aramis, or the Love of Technology. Translated by Catherine Porter. 4. printing. Cambridge, Massachusetts London: Harvard University Press.
  • Murray, Nick, and Wojcik Antosh. n.d. “Correspondence on the Subject of Power (Heterotopias 008-01).Pdf.” Heterotopias Project.
  • Patterson, Christopher B. 2020. Open World Empire: Race, Erotics, and the Global Rise of Video Games. Postmillennial Pop. New York: New York University Press.