The Royal Corgi - A Game of Social Gaze





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Published on Nov 13, 2014

The Royal Corgi - by Rémi Bismuth and Mélodie Vidal

The Royal Corgi is a social game. It takes place in medieval England. You impersonate a greedy young lord from a wealthy family who is too far on the inheritance line to hope to inherit lands. You thus want to gain influence at the court another way. Fortunately, the King just acquired a new Corgi, whom he has become infatuated with. The royal Corgi is very important to him, and the King has decided to name someone as his new Royal Corgi Instructor in order to take care of his beloved dog. Your character is not particularly interested in dogs, but sees this as an opportunity to become closer to the King and thus gain influence at the court. You stand a chance to be chosen, but you will need to convince the King's close counsellors to speak highly of you when the time to choose the Corgi Instructor comes. The game takes place a couple of minutes before this moment. Not everybody has the same amount of influence, and you will not have time to speak to everyone!

Music: Marin Marais (1656-1728) - Excerpts from Suite No.3 from Pieces en trio pour les flutes, violon, et dessus de viole (1692)


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