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Serious Games

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Mark Brown

on 12 October 2015

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Transcript of Serious Games

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Are serious games new?
Cost
Collaborative
Practice and Re-inforce
Motivates
Feedback
Fails-Safe
ARE THERE ANY BENEFITS TO SERIOUS GAMES?
Fidelity vs Deployability
Cost
IT
Cultural Change
Time
Fear of Failure
What are the obstacles?
Improves learning
Story
Rules
Decision Making
Immersive
Interactive
Risks
Challenging
Feedback

What makes a
good
serious game?
Any Questions?
Serious Games
“The application of games or gaming technologies primarily for non-entertainment purposes.”

(Smith R, “Definitions and a short history of gaming for military training”)

https://bisimulations.com/virtual-battlespace-3
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