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Tan Heng Chee, a Game Design and Technology student from Nanyang Polytechnic, agreed that social gaming would be a good direction to take. “If it's a fun app, everyone will want to download it. If it has a nation-building
In the first of a two part series exploring game design , this article discusses the idea that games operate within a universe of defined constants, meaning traits to do with play that stand independent of platform, audience or
Shane Gallivan, 23, was feeding his 10-month-old twin daughters Evelyn and Amelia at home in Bulwell, Nottingham, when he spotted an unusual shape in their baby grows' 'washing line' design . After looking closer, he
Pridefest is the new social -sim game from Atari where players create and launch their very own gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender pride parade. This.
There are many games like The Republia Times, and they belong to a category that's often called “ Social Impact Games.” These are games designed as simulations of real life situations. The mechanics of the game are
Game design research – Economy and business models in the game industry – Innovation in and around games – Digital distribution of games – Online, mobile and cross-platform games – Social and casual games – Pervasive
Shimon is an arts and design educator that focuses on using play, games, and story to facilitate learning in different contexts. Locally he works as a game designer and producer with Game It Forward a social purpose
The days when a game could be developed and launched without the ability to frequently change the game, where the game developers or marketing staff exclusively drive game design and changes is long gone. The social
Arin Hanson, also known as Egoraptor, has created a new animated video in his ongoing “Sequelitis” series that provides a comedic look at the game design of the video games The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and
An analysis of the social media reaction to the United States-Germany soccer match details the hope, angst and relief experienced during the game .
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The US-Germany Match Through a Social Media Lens – NYTimes.com