Game On!

Game On Flash Talks should address the following points:

  1. Game Description

    • Gameplay / Player Interface
    • Objective
    • Motivation to play

  2. What local skills affect / improve performance?

  3. What abstract skill learning do you think is taking place?

  4. What areas do these skills translate to outside the game?

  5. Does the game make interesting use of sensory perception (particularly audio)?

  6. What do you personally like about the game? What would you improve?

Prepare 1-3 slides to help make your points, but keep in mind talks should be no longer than 5-10 minutes

Please send Mark your slide(s) no later than the evening before your Game On Talk

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Fridays, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
CCRMA Classroom (Knoll 217)


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CCRMA Classroom (Knoll 217)

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Friday 1-2 PM
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Mark Hertensteiner
Teaching Assistant