Fake Game, the play of an author

Fake Game, the play of an author

Flu Project. Page 254

Fake Game, by Martin Cid

Fake Game, by Martin Cid

The organism fights against the invader and just one of them will survive. What would you think about a virus that is accepted like a part of the organism? What would you think about a new form that redefines the organism like a new part of a new system? What would it  appen if we were talking about a virus that reinvents its own relationship system? Have you ever listened about ‘game theory’? It’s as simple as apply the rules of mathematics to a different system, this time a living organism. The virus will display a new world of perceptions, feelings and stories. And what would be the most horrific thing for the subject of the story? The own narration! It would escape from itself and it would retrieve its own story from outside. Think on it, dear reader, you and only you might be the owner of its destiny and it could be the cruel objet of a joke of your fate. Every page and every word will change the perspective of the story and the story will change from the subject perspective. The question is not ‘where are’ we or ‘what will happen’… the question is now ‘who will we be’ and ‘what are we creating’ in that past story that changes in every page and every word. Our character is quite simple: a young heiress who felt in love with a girl called Lorraine. They were in France but something happens and he decided to change his model to a better person. Like Pygmalion, he defines a new character from the girl and he creates a new figure that emerges from the text beyond his novel. Then, he begins to feel something strange inside him, like a new creature slowly growing, like a new copy of him, like a new character emerging from the crashed phrases from the text. He remembers now he is playing a role in the game like a reader, a role created years ago for someone he couldn’t find.

It’s raining now.

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