\nYour fake sneeze turned out louder than you had inteded it.\nPeople turn their heads to see where the interrupting sound came from. You apologize and focus on the stage again.\n\nPippin Barr is still holding his breath. You are starting to get worried. Is he maybe having a heart attack? \n\n[[Google Heart attack]]\n\n[[Exhale for Pippin Barr]]\n\n\n\n\n
You click on the first search result that directs you to the American Heart Association. You read the list of warning signs of a heart attack.
After a while he opens his mouth. Then he takes a deep breath. His chest widens, his eyes are wide open, he seems very moved by something. It's an awkward moment. \n\n\n[[Fake a Sneeze]]\n\n[[Cough]]\n\n\n
You are an indie game designer attending Screenshake Conference in Antwerp, Belgium. You are looking forward to the talks by some of your favorite game designers. Pippin Barr, Rhianna Prachett, William Pugh, they are all there.\n\n[[Conference Room]]\n\n\n
\nSilent game designer
Your fake cough sounded really fake. Even worse, it sounded obnoxious, like you were bored or something. \nYou apologize and turn your head back to the stage.\n\nPippin Barr is still holding his breath. You are starting to get worried. Is he maybe having a heart attack? \n\n[[Google Heart attack]]\n\n[[Exhale for Pippin Barr]]\n\n
It's time for the first talk. You enter the conference room and take a seat. the room is pitch black besides the light from the projector which paints everything else into a sepia brown. People chat excitedly about games. You feel welcome, this is the place to be, your place to be. This weekend is going to be great you think.\n\n\n[[Pippin Barr talks]]
Pippin Barr enters the stage. He fumbles around with the interface of his laptop and then projects a slide onto the screen. The title of his talk is "Less gameplay".\n\n[[Pippin Breath]]