March 23, 2017

'The Imaginarium World' Is a Truly Immersive Read

The Imaginarium World
Author John Adrian Tomlin breaks the barrier between reality and imagination

ISHPEMING, MI — Through the years video games have evolved dramatically. From the earliest form of video games where pixelated block like characters are the norm to video games with graphics so real, players are confused whether the characters are real life or animated. But have you ever wondered what would happen if video games would reach a level of realism that would cloud your very perception of reality itself? In The Imaginarium World the author John Adrian Tomlin creates a riveting story that will give video game realism a whole new meaning.

The story is set in 2030 and video games have hit that barrier where graphics and innovation is at its peak. At E3, Sony reveals their next gen gaming console, the Imaginarium Machine. Instead of playing on a TV, you play in your mind. In doing this, you break all boundaries in regards to your senses. You can now feel the wind, smell the flowers, taste the bread... the possibilities are endless. With a Magnificent piece of hardware given to the world, what could possibly go wrong?

The Imaginarium World is a truly engrossing read that explores the gaming world in a new and exciting way. Leap into a whole new perception of the gaming world!

The Imaginarium World by John Adrian Tomlin
Softcover | ISBN 978-1-946492-29-6
PDF | ISBN 978-1-946492-30-2
EPUB | ISBN 978-1-946492-31-9
Kindle | ISBN 978-1-946492-32-6

Available at BookVenture, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.

About the Author

John Adrian Tomlin was born with merosin deficient muscular dystrophy which makes him wheelchair bound and weak for life. He was first introduced to video games when he was five and was immediately hooked. He love its ability to be fun, to tell a story, and to be able to express ideas that no other art form can. He decided to devote his college years to learning about video games, so he got his B.S. in Game Art and Design. After he graduated, he still couldn’t get his dream job, so he decided to write books.