Noah Wardrip-Fruin – an American researcher and creator of digital playable games – proposed the word "playable text". He underscored that the right practice to receive certain digital texts is not only to read them, and even to use them, but to play with them, although at the same time these texts are not games*. My realization is only an attempt to experiment with the effects of penetrating the virtual world to the real one.
* N. Wardrip-Fruin Playable Media and Textual Instruments, w: The Aesthetics of Net Literatire. Writing, Reading and Playing in Programmable Media, ed. P. Gendolla, J. Schäfer, Transcript, Bielfeld 2007, s. 211. Wardrip-Fruin understood playable text as a variation of a wider phenomenon: playable media, including video games.
Piotr Kubiński, Borges vs. Pac-Man. Zderzenie materii literackiej i struktur gier video. Teksy drugie, Cyfrowa piśmienność, Stowarzyszenie „Pro Cultura Litteraria 2015, s. 269-270.