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To examine this, I have been researching Twitter as a vehicle that would resonate with the course objectives in a course that I teach on Open Source Intelligence, particularly for a module regarding social media intelligence. In From Game Design Elements to Gamefulness: Defining 'Gamification' Sebastian Deterding defines gamification as the use of game design elements in non-game contexts. To understand gamification in academic terms, the task is to determine
game . I also liked how you could share your experience through Facebook, Twitter, and Google +. It's awesome to see that the website developers have recognised the importance of social networking. Encouraging viewers to
Editor's note: Tadhg Kelly is a veteran game designer and creator of leading game design blog What Games Are and manages developer relations at OUYA. You can follow him on Twitter here. Suppose you have a
What Games Are: Games And Money Are Still Weird. repub. Editor's note: Tadhg Kelly is a veteran game designer and creator of leading game design blog What Games Are and manages developer relations at OUYA. You can follow him on Twitter … Something similar seemed to be happening in social casino until relatively recently, and still does with high end deals like for Supercell. But still few would invest in making a graphical adventure game, say. Those are still
LIST TIME! Below is a list of people or institutions on Twitter that write about, talk about, or study the overlap between video games and academic fields like psychology, communications, economics, sociology, law, and so forth.
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For the very best results from your social media pages, create links that will tie them together. Your blog should have buttons that let your readers instantly follow your Twitter feed, “like” your Facebook content, and watch your
“The social revolution we've seen because of technology and services, like Facebook and Twitter and those kind of things, has changed how games are played. And will continue to have an impact on how we will design
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They also have a social media layer sitting in the background: most games let you post to Twitter, post to Facebook, create a social connection. Microsoft did well at this with the gamer score and achievements, and Sony had a …
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