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DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Learning Games as a Platform for Simulated Science Practice
In recent years, science education has been the focus of study and development of new gamebased learning environments. It has been argued that active and critical learning about r...
Rikke Magnussen
DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
End of story? Quest, narrative and enactment in computer games
Espen Aarseth recently claimed that all games referred to as ’narrative games’ could better be described as ’quest games’. The writer of this paper suggests that Max Payne...
Anders Sundnes Løvlie
DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Narrative Structure in Trans-Reality Role-Playing Games: Integrating Story Construction from Live Action, Table Top and Computer
Trans-reality role-playing games are conceived of as a form of role-playing game evolving from and integrating established table-top, live-action and computer-based role-playing f...
Craig A. Lindley, Mirjam Eladhari
DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Building and Reconstructing Character. A Case Study of Silent Hill 3
Characters are in an important role in many games. A good player character is likely to leave good lasting impression about the game. It has been argued that creating the personal...
Petri Lankoski
DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Presence experience in mobile gaming
As a growing number of people play computer games with small-screen mobile devices such as handheld computers, mobile phones and handheld game consoles, it is important to know wh...
Jari Laarni, Niklas Ravaja, Timo Saari
DIGRA
2005
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
CameraBots: Cinematography for Games with Non-Player Characters as Camera Operators
Cinematography describes principles and techniques pertaining to the effective use of cameras to film live action. The correct application of these principles and techniques produ...
James Kneafsey, Hugh McCabe
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