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Keyboard Geniuses: What can we learn from gaming’s sudden fascination with fabric?

Keyboard Geniusesis our weekly glance at a few intriguing, witty, or otherwise notable posts from the Gameological discussion threads. Comments have been excerpted and edited here for grammar, length, and/or clarity. You can follow the links to see the full threads. The Dev Is In The Details Earlier this week, Zack Handlen stopped by with […]

Gamification in the 2016 HR Industry: Improving Your Game

It’s 2016 and trends around different industries have already begun to alter. Right from multiple perceptions to look at a single operational point, to valuing every employee’s needs and inputs at every level, liberalization in opinions is happening at a multitude of fronts. Talking about changes, gamification is once concept that has gained immense eyeballs […]

10 useful websites with Art for game developers

2dgameartguru.com Website with free or relatively inexpensive images. Author shares pictures and posts tutorials for game artists. OpenGameArt Free game graphics library. It is mainly focused on pixel-art. Graphic Buffet Here you can purchase all kinds of graphics for games, from characters to the GUI. The website constantly provides juicy discounts. Also there is a […]

The Game Crafter News, Introduction to Game Design

This archived class at MIT has already ended but all of the content and curriculum is available for free. If you’re looking to learn more about game design or sharpen your skills then this could be valuable resource for you. Thanks to Mike McGannon for letting us know about this resource. …read more

Marigo Raftopoulos for Gamification World Congress, Barcelona 2015

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Welcome to Neurolearning 101 Infographic

Other Infographics Welcome to Neurolearning 101 Infographic Welcome to Neurolearning 101 Infographic Learning is a lot more than just “Read this,” and “Look at that.” When receiving new information, our brains are firing on all cylinders to process, route, and store that data for later recall. With 86 billion neurons firing at a rate of […]

Designing Interactive Story (PART THREE)

The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company. BEYOND SIMPLE PATH STRUCTURE As we mentioned earlier (um… I think), there are quite a few games out there with variations on this path […]

Screen play thoughts: A speculative look at trends in video game addiction

The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company. Gaming addiction has become a topic of increasing research interest. Over the last decade there has been a significant increase in the number of […]