Tag: push nevada

Team Noah Boddy Interview

Sin_Vraal has scored an exclusive interview with the folks behind the Push NV spinoff ARG Noah Boddy. Turns out he needed a little assistance from some of his friends, though.

Read his story and interview at DeadDrop (Part 1), Unfiction (Part 2) and here (Part 3).

Push NV Chat Rescheduled for Dec. 8th

We’ve resolved the connectivity issues with Doug TenNapel, and have rescheduled the live chat for this Sunday, December 8, 2002 at 4:00 pm EST/1:00 pm PST.

Once again, the chat will be held in #unfiction on the Chat-Solutions network (irc.chat-solutions.org). For those of you without an IRC client, #unfiction can be accessed via a browser-based java applet here (www.argn.com/chat.htm). Check in the Unfiction Push NV forum for more details and chat guidelines

Push Chat Postponed

Sadly, Doug TenNapel was unable to attend last night’s live chat in #unfiction. Depite the fact the guest of honor couldn’t be there, there was a great turnout and some great conversation that continued into the early morning.

We apologize for things not going as planned, and are working hard to reschedule the chat with Mr. TenNapel. Please check back here for more details as soon as we have them.

Push NV Producer Chat Announced

ARGN and Unfiction are pleased to host a live chat with Doug TenNapel, the consulting producer who wrote/designed all of the puzzle material for Push Nevada, on Sunday, Dec. 1st at 8:00 pm EST / 5:00 pm PST. Join us live as we get our chance to talk to Mr. TenNapel about all the behind-the-scenes aspects of the Push NV mystery.

Before working on Push NV, Doug TenNapel got his start in television as an animator for the cartoon version of “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.” Later, he got into video games and created both the “Earthworm Jim” game and subsequent television show. His upcoming TV effort, entitled “Gear,” is based on his graphic novel of the same name, published by Fireman Press. Mr. TenNapel has dozens of comic book, video game, animation, and television credits, and he also wrote, directed, and played a part in the 2000 movie Mothman.

The chat will be held in #unfiction on the Chat-Solutions network (irc.chat-solutions.org). For those of you without an IRC client, #unfiction can be accessed via a browser-based java applet here (www.argn.com/chat.htm). Please try to arrive a little early. This will be a moderated chat. Chat and question guidelines will be posted shortly. Check back here or in the Unfiction Push NV forum for more details as they become available.