I'm not sure when this was posted and I find it odd that so many other entries have largely failed to realize as you clearly have that this is about creating a storyworld, not trying to flog your novel/movie script. It's actually a relief to see someone else who is really into the exciting possibilities of this modern medium - This is a chance to push beyond b-rate tv spin-offs and viral adverts to really break some boundaries with the art of story-telling. I thought your audience and medium notes were very strong and a lot more in detail than those I provide in mine. The viral adverts for the new messiah were a lovely touch.
I think it is a question of personal taste, but the storyworld itself didn't light a fire for me. I think comparable fictions like say Supernatural or The Fades manage to send themselves up even as they present the grand narrative.
Anyway, I think this contest is a great opportunity to break ground in the new forms of ubiquitous interactive narrative and I think your entry suggests that you are sufficiently aware of the potential in this field to pick up that ball and run with it.
Thanks for taking the time to read my piece.
I only uploaded it yesterday so I'm really happy it got read already. The other piece I uploaded a couple of weeks ago hasn't been picked up at all.
I'm excited by the possibilities of immersive writing too and found it difficult to cut it down to just 3 media to bring the audience in. And I agree, many of the entries I've read (which have been pretty difficult to find?) seem to be missing the point a little or at least aren't open to see if they branch out to talk about the transmedia opportunities.
I guess a lot of the basics of the storyworld are going to be down to personal taste and whether the Christian mythology is dear to your heart. I've never watched Supernatural although I've always been interested in it. And I like the Fades but didn't find it very convincing - too many unresolved questions / dramatic points / problems with its own dramatic logic etc
Anyway, I'll have a go at reading yours if I can work out how this site fucntions.