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Kevin | Reading Response 7

1| In this week’s reading, there were two terms that were discussed, diegetic and extra diegetic. The term diegetic is used to describe the narrative elements that exist within the main game’s narrative. Some examples of diegetic elements would be … Continue reading

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Kevin | Narrative Game Idea

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Kevin | Polemical Game Final PDF

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Kevin | Reading Response 6

1| a. A game that I loved playing that has both an embedded narrative and an emergent narrative would be Bioshock. Bioshock is about a first person role playing game that takes the player through many different levels of an … Continue reading

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Kevin | Polemical Game Revision

Polemical Game PDF

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Kevin | Polemical Game Idea

For my polemical game, I have decided to do a game regarding religion. Different players will be able to choose a god from different religious backgrounds (i.e. Christianity, Buddhism, Islam). With different gods like Jesus Christ, Siddhartha Gautama, and Allah, … Continue reading

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Kevin | Reading Response 5

Darfur is Dying

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Kevin | Reading Response 4

1| In this week’s article, the author goes and tries to define the new contemporary type of game that is categorized as a “documentary game.” These games are games that incorporate real life events and successfully fuse them into a … Continue reading

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Kevin | Reading Response 3

1| a. A game that I think is perfectly balanced is the game of checkers. Checkers is a game where both players have a certain number of chips on a checkered board. Both players basically have identical setup and the … Continue reading

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Kevin | Headhunter’s Billiard Rule

Headhunter’s Billiard Rules

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Kevin | Reading Response 2

1| One game that I chose to write about is Korean Leg Fighting. To describe the rules of the game, I have decided to divide the rules into three different categories of constitutive, operational, and implicit. Constitutive Rules: There should … Continue reading

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Kevin | Reading Response 1

1 | Before attending this class, I had no idea as to what the true definition of what gaming truly meant. However, after reading Salen & Zimmerman’s taxonomy of game definitions, I was revealed to nine definitions including Salen and … Continue reading

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