Tag: game

  • Cross-Cultural Understanding Through Game Analysis

    Cross-Cultural Understanding Through Game Analysis Author, Brian Upton, proposes a deep structure that affords games to travel/translate. The notion of a deep structure echoes for me the linguistic concept of Chomsky’s that attempts to reason why humans have language. The structure, in Chomsky’s version, is in the brains of all humans. I haven’t yet read […]

  • thisistheverge: How do you keep ‘Guacamelee’ fresh? Memes, memes, memes When Mexican folklore puts Bachelor Frog in a headlock, this is what you get

  • But the most interesting thing about Supercell is not how much money it makes, but how it makes its money. Supercell’s games are free-to-play, a business model that is fast becoming de rigueur in the mobile market. Players pay the game back with money, time or both. In “Hay Day,” you can spend to speed […]

  • Want to make people run? Don’t give them a badge for running. Give them a ball and shove four sticks in the ground. They’ll run around the field chasing the ball (and each other) for ages. The experience is intrinsically challenging and amusing, and the running is a by-product. Games rely on dynamics like these […]

  • tigsource: New devlog: GetOff by intmain You play an alien who gets physically hurt being around others. You must throw things at the other aliens to keep them out of your bubble.

  • chiguire: Es hora de ponerte serio para animar a los tuyos a votar. Hazlo con Voting Day, un juego para llevar gente a votar. Disponible para navegadores de escritorio, celulares y tabletas. http://www.ciroduran.com/juegos/votingday Voting game to rock the vote in Venezuela.

  • Teen Controls Video Game With His Mind | TechFreep Science

    Teen Controls Video Game With His Mind | TechFreep Science

  • nevver: Pitch

  • nevver: Pitch

  • We look for people who are so inquisitive about the world that they’re willing to try to do what you do. We call them “T-shaped people.” They have a principal skill that describes the vertical leg of the T — they’re mechanical engineers or industrial designers. But they are so empathetic that they can branch […]