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The world seems to be shrinking as the internet becomes more prevalent in our daily lives. Social interactions through Massive Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) and online virtual worlds have become commonplace in the

FarmVille 2 updates Zynga's cow-clicker (but not too much) | Joystiq

As the flagship casual social game for both Facebook and Zynga, FarmVille can't help but be a lightning rod for debates about gaming's audiences, game design , and the role that video games can and do play in our daily …

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The game of corporate wellness: Failing, winning and gloating

Game designer Jane McGonigal, author of “Reality is Broken,” suggests that much of what people do in their daily lives could be enhanced by turning it into a game. … Make it contextual, relevant and social . Games don't exist …

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The essential guide to UK video game festivals | Technology News …

Like This Social Media Article? Get the Daily RSS Feed! Forget music, it's video game culture you should be celebrating this summer. So here are a selection of games events you need to get along to … Crytek and Tag Games. There will be game design talks, a BAFTA career workshop, game jams and a pro-gaming tournament. Basically, if you're at all interested in entering the games industry and can get to Dundee this weekend, get to Dundee this weekend. …

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Trapper Markelz: Building a social product vs a social network

As many of you (friends and family) know, at MeYou Health we are working on a social health product called Daily Challenge. We are taking some of the latest thinking in game design , social network science, and behavior …

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Gamasutra: Brice Morrison's Blog – Increasing Player Retention …

Social game developers are always looking for ways to keep players coming back. One common way to do so is by offering in-game incentives based on players logging in, which we’ll look at here. Game Design : Daily Bonuses …

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Increasing Player Retention with Daily Bonus | The Game Prodigy

Social game developers are always looking for ways to keep players coming back. One common way to do so is by offering in-game incentives based on players logging in, which we’ll look at here. Game Design : Daily Bonuses …

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