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Game Culture Link Pile

Page history last edited by PBworks 11 years, 11 months ago

please add to this growing list of resources and events

 

communities

 

embrace your inner penguin linux games

 

 

 

games, compositions

 

whudafxup?

 

McDonald's Video Game

 

virtual peace the humanitarian assistance training simulator

 

eRepublik online social strategy game

 

The Superstruct Game the first massively multiple forecasting game

 

foldit solve puzzles for science

 

matrem computer program and game that simulates artificial life

 

research

 

Ito, Mizuko, et al Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning, November 2008

 

an educational game archive at water cooler games

 

easing kids into free software review of educational game packages for linux distributions

 

game research the art, business, and science of video games

 

serious games initiative links the electronic game industry to education, training, health, and public policy.

 

inner active health project developing biofeedback computer gaming technology to promote health and personal growth

 

neural impulse actuator press release

 

brain controller in mass production

 

games to teach mission statement, links to presentations and scholarly articles

 

new media literacies project MIT group

 

virtual worlds a first-hand account of market and society on the cyberian frontier - by Edward Castronova

 

playing the digital divide: how the video game form can address ICT skills and usage gaps by Matt Payne

 

ErGoGenic Games Research Group developing dynamic games which combine fun, education, and physical activity

 

Video Games: Medicine For The Body Federation of American Scientists. "Video Games: Medicine For The Body." ScienceDaily 24 September 2006. 11 January 2009

 

Connexions A place to view and share education materials.

 

 

interactive

 

worldforge the original opensource mmo project

 

Wii tech to be used for bomb squads

 

 

wikia gaming portal hub for gaming wikis worldwide. Join a community wiki or start your own!

 

overclocked remix video game music community

 

design, development, programming

 

sjbrown's guide to writing games

 

RAPUNSEL early literacy project designed to introduce programming to children

 

interactive fiction mapper ifn is a language and program for tracking progress in interactive fiction games

 

events

 

global game jam locations (including Orlando, FL!), all over the world...January 30-February 1st, 2009

 

 

books and articles

 

Persuasive Games by Ian Bogost

 

first person new media as story, performance, and game by Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Pat Harrigan

 

McLoud, S. (1993). Understanding comics. New York: Kitchen Sink Press. - superb guide for multimedia/multiperson composition

 

review of first person

 

Fogg, B. J. (2003). Persuasive technology : using computers to change what we think and do. Amsterdam ; Boston: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.

 

Sundar, S. S., & Kim, J. (2005). Interactivity and Persuasion: Influencing attitudes with information and involvement. Journal of Interactive Advertising, 5(2), 6-29.

 

Required Texts

 

Persuasive Gaming

 

First Person

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