AR: Yeah, so that’s actually related to the book I’m writing on Inform 7 right now, a kind of introductory Inform 7 book. What I’m doing with that is building a whole example game, so as you go through the book, you build this entire game. One of the things I really wanted to do was have the example game be interesting, not just a crappy throwaway thing. Sand-dancer is actually going to be the example game for that. It’s about an 18-year-old kid in New Mexico who crashes his car on the way home from work one night and wakes up in the desert and has this series of increasingly bizarre, magical realism encounters while he’s confronting all of these difficulties in his life. It’s contemporary with a lot of mystical elements in it – Sand-dancer is this spirit animal in the form of a giant lizard, so it should be a lot of fun.