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Vol 2, No 3 (2016): Diversity of play: Games – Cultures – Identities

Special issue, selected articles from the 2015 International DiGRA conference.

Table of Contents

Special Issue, Leuphana DiGRA 2015

Introduction PDF
Staffan Björk, Mathias Fuchs
Editors of Play: The Scripts and Practices of Co-creativity in Minecraft and LittleBigPlanet PDF
Pablo Abend, Benjamin Beil
Are You Out of Your Mind? Focalization in Digital Games PDF
Fraser Allison
The Use of Theory in Designing a Serious Game for the Reduction of Cognitive Biases PDF
Meg Barton, Carl Symborski, Mary Quinn, Carey K Morewedge, Karim S Kassam, James H Korris
The Role of Gaming Platforms in Young Males' Trajectories of Technical Expertise PDF
Joe Baxter-Webb
Worldfulness, Role-enrichment & Moving Rituals: Design Ideas for CRPGs PDF
Erik Champion
Postdigital Interfaces and the Aesthetics of Recruitment PDF
Darshana Jayemanne, Bjorn Nansen, Thomas H Apperley
Creating Stealth Game Interventions for Attitude and Behavior Change: An "Embedded Design" Model PDF
Geoff Kaufman, Mary Flanagan, Max Seidman
Hackers and Cyborgs: Binary Domain and Two Formative Videogame Technicities PDF
Brendan Keogh
Sound Similarity as a Tool for Understanding Player Experience: Applying Similarity Matrix to Gameplay Performance Segmentation PDF
Raphaël Marczak, Gareth Schott, Pierre Hanna
Video Games and Slavery PDF
Souvik Mukherjee


ISSN: 2328-9422
 
 
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