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Author description: Arteroids is a literary shoot-em-up for the Web, a work of software art and various odd literary devices. You use the arrow keys to drive your blood-red id-entity word ‘poetry’ or ‘desire’ (or whatever word you choose) around the full screen and use the ‘x’ key to shoot blue and green texts that assail you at various velocities and densities as you play. It is the battle of poetry against itself and the forces of dullness.
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|Resource||Author||Teaching Resource Type||Year|
|Digital Poetry (English 3116)||Lori Emerson||Syllabus||2012|
|Electronic Literature (DIKULT 203, Fall 2011)||Davin Heckman||Syllabus||2011|
|Electronic Literature - Senior Seminar (Fall 2011)||Chris Funkhouser||Syllabus||2011|
|The Word Made Digital (CMS 609J, Fall 2009)||Nick Montfort||Syllabus||2008|
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