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Drip On? – Game 4 Doc

Drip On Rules

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Game4 Concept

Based on Escape from SpiderHead game4

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Reading response 7

Questions: 1) Explain the terms diegetic and extra diegetic as used in “A Touch of Medieval ”. Diegetic is used to describe narrative that denies reference to computer technology. One example shown is EQ’s logoff and saving process. In order to hide the technology … Continue reading

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Game 3 Polemical Game

Rules – CS Stereotypes

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Reading Response 6

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 … Continue reading

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very rough draft of polemical game

Rules and structures governing the “CS Stereotypes” game. CS Stereotypes

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Reading Response 5

Reading Response 5 – Oiligarchy game

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Reading Response W5

Questions: 1. Summarize the arguments made in paper re the main questionposed (You know the one that is the title of the article..) Can games get real? Real documentaries tend to make impressions on their viewer through the elements chosen to be filmed and … Continue reading

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Game 2: Battle of the Cosmos

Rules for Battle of the Cosmos

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Reading Response 3

1a): Describe a game that you believe is perfectly balanced (provides a perfectly level playing field). Chess is a great example of a game that has a perfectly level playing field. The way the game is designed makes it perfectly … Continue reading

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Mushroom Soccer

Mushroom Soccer – Monica Tie

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Reading Response 2

Reading Notes 2 1. Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. Scrabble Constitutive Rules: –         Players begin with a value of zero -          … Continue reading

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Reading Response 1

Questions: 1. After reading Salen & Zimmerman’s taxonomy of game definitions. explain which definition(s) for game appeals to you most? Johann Huizinga definition appeal to me the most. The points that stand out to me the most are that games … Continue reading

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