First phase of Fake Game

First phase of Fake Game
Fake Game by Martin Cid

Fake Game by Martin Cid

‘How do you imagine the game?’ Someone asked.

‘We just need to imagine that.’ Alex answered. ‘To begin, we will need an objective. To determine the objective can be the most sensitive matter in our game. Anybody can play this game, but we will need a personal objective for every player. Players don’t import, but we need to select them carefully to get the best game.

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First phase of Fake Game

Every game was designed for just one player. The trick was that every player created its own rules based on a first model called ‘virus’. In the first steps of the game, the player can be confused about the kind of game. He might learn the rules step by step and he might be inside the game after this first phase. After this, the player will take conscious of being part of Fake Game.

Nothing outside the game will be important then.

Nobody outside the game can take part in the play.

Somewhere in Manhattan. Day VIII

Doctors came in. Alex was frightened. They needed the creature. They needed his blood to survive. He couldn’t escape. She was still there. She looked at him. He looked at her. He remembered the note. The game was not still finished. He saw a scalpel before he slept.

He listen now the creature crying. Are they going to kill you, my boy? I feel now how they are ripping my stomach. First time he listened to talk about Flu Project was in a literary meeting thirteen years ago.

‘They published just one edition.’ The man with the pipe said. After that, he asked for his name: Michael O., owner of a library in New York. ‘Everybody call me Old Michael. I don’t know why… maybe the pipe makes me a respectable air. But trust me, when I stop smoking I look like a homeless!’ He liked that man who showed everybody his taste of humor and irony. ‘The book is a strange piece of non-literature, a weird type of fake game.’

Somebody told years ago the worst death was the esophagus one. It looked like they were extracting it for centuries.

‘It’s a lost book, Alex. If you bring it to me, I promise you a really hot night!’ Nobody except himself laughed his jokes, but it wasn’t important for him, even if they were not interested both in the book or in old Michael.

I feel the creature outside.

Nothing outside the game will be important then.

Where is Lorraine?

Will I be able to wake up?

**Fake Game, serial novel by Martin Cid http://yareah.com/?cat=293

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