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  • There WAS a ludo-narrative resonance in the time distortion mechanic - but I'll be buggered if I can explain it, because the brunt of Braid's core story was so abstract and text-heavy that it flew over my tiny head.

    Conflict, Resolution

  • Apparently, parents have begun pressing their kindergartners and first-graders to leave the picture books behind and move on to more text-heavy "chapter books."

    Erin Ganju: Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover

  • They feature in a very text-heavy, yawn-inducing introduction.

    The Stuff of Life » Comics Worth Reading

  • In World War I, before there was a radio in every home, the posters were text-heavy and packed with information.

    For dietary advice, the writing was on the wall

  • The opera is text-heavy, as though dialogue was simply replaced with sung lines of no particular distinction.

    Stifled Voices

  • The shooter was identified as Jared Loughner, who appears to have left a trail of Internet postings, including a YouTube channel with text-heavy videos addressing topics that range from currency and government to mind-control and religion.

    Giffords reacts to vandalism of her office in 2010

  • Parents have begun pressing their kindergartners and first graders to leave the picture book behind and move on to more text-heavy chapter books.

    Latest baby and child news: October 18, 2010

  • He said the archive uses FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Compression) for music, had adopted H. 264 for video storage after trying five other formats, used JPEG for photos and employed a related format, JPEG 2000, for text-heavy images.

    A field trip to the Internet Archive

  • Beginning in the mid-16th century, with text-heavy allegorical and emblematic prints, the exhibition canters brusquely through the great ribald explosion of the 1700s?

    Rude Britannia: British Comic Art, at Tate Britain

  • This small collection as it exists now is certainly easy to use (if rather text-heavy).

    Archive 2008-04-01

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