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Final Puppy Game

Final Game Doc

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Narrative Game Idea Revised

Puppy board game

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Narrative Game

Escape from Spiderhead Game

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Polemical Game Revised Doc

Osama Bin Alive

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Reading Response 7

1) Explain the terms diegetic and extra diegetic as used in “A Touch of Medieval ”. The diegetic elements are the part of the narrative that relates to the context of the game, in this case the medieval-esque world or … Continue reading

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Reading Response 6

Questions: 1. The chapter in ROP examines a critical debate in game design – the role, function and definition of “narrative” in games. A) Describe, from your own game playing experience, an example of what would make up the embedded … Continue reading

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Polemical Game Idea

I’d like to make a game surrounding the Osama Bin Laden situation. In this some players will take the role of the Navy Seal Team Six, while others will be the members of Al Quida and Osama Bin Laden himself. … Continue reading

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Reading Response 5

Darfur is dying: Although it pains me to say this, but being a little Darfur girl foraging for water is actually really fun and addicting. It’s a real hoot. The simple gameplay mechanic of looking for a water spout while … Continue reading

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Reading Response 4

1. Summarize the arguments made in paper re the main questionposed (You know the one that is the title of the article..) This article talks about documentary, or documentary-inspired, games. It compares and contrasts documentaries in games to those in … Continue reading

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Sharp and Dangerous: a Katamari Boardgame Design Doc

Sharp and Dangerous

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Reading Response 3

1a) Games such as chess and checkers provide a basically perfectly balanced playing field in a game. Of course, the white player does always get to go first, yet this provides basically no advantage in the long run, as the … Continue reading

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Hexagonal Pond Dynamite Fishing Extravaganza

DynamiteFishing Rules/DesignDoc

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Reading Response 2

1. Four Square Game Constitutive Rules: -Must be in a location with a four square court. -Must have a bouncy handball. Operational Rules: -Players take turns serving. -Ball must bounce once in own square, and either bounce in the opponents … Continue reading

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Reading Response 1

1. In Salen & Zimmerman’s “Rules of Play” the definition of game that appealed to me the most was that of David Parlett. It seemed to be the simplest and most straight forward, at least in my mind. I like … Continue reading

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