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Designing and evaluating games andsimulations

Margaret E. Gredler

Designing and evaluating games andsimulations

a process approach

by Margaret E. Gredler

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Published by Kogan Page in London .
Written in English


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StatementMargaret Gredler.
The Physical Object
Pagination183p. ;
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16712919M
ISBN 100749404787

DOI: /ijthi Corpus ID: Designing and Evaluating Digital Game-Based Learning with the ARCS Motivation Model, Humor, and Animation @article{LeeDesigningAE, title={Designing and Evaluating Digital Game-Based Learning with the ARCS Motivation Model, Humor, and Animation}, author={Lai-Chung Lee and Kuang-Chung Hao}, journal={IJTHI}, year={}, . Design games aren't all about fashion and interior design. In Nitrohaul, physics and design join together in nitrohauling bliss. Pimp Your Guitar by designing your ideal guitar to rock out. And Boxhead: The Zombie Wars sends you on a mission to take down the latest evils in the Boxhead universe – design your own base for optimal fighting power.

  As human beings, there’s nothing that motivates us more than positive reinforcement.. It is in our nature to feel more confident and joyful upon receiving things like cheer, adoration, and praise. That is why games should always have a way of rewarding players so that as Toru Iwatani puts it, they make people happy.. Even in the earliest games, one can see this principle at work. s. Presents guidelines for developing and evaluating games in mathematics, including a concrete example--coordinate geometry taught by the Rubber Bones game--and its evaluation using (n=52) seventh graders. Guidelines for development include analysis of the concepts and the learner, nature of learning, enjoyability, integration, and by:

If you wanted players to play games per day based on the daily quests you added, you look at the spread of games per day over the playerbase, segmenting by things like level or cohort. So much of a game designer's work is implementation, it's just the implementation of dialogue, tuning, levels, and . As games become increasingly embedded into everyday life, understanding the ethics of their creation and use, as well as their potential for practicing ethical thinking, becomes more ing Games for Ethics: Models, Techniques and Frameworks brings together the diverse and growing community of voices and begin to define the field, identify its primary challenges and questions, and Reviews: 1.


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