At the 43rd Annual Conference of ISAGA, the International Simulation and Gaming Association (Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2-6 July 2012), Pieter van der Hijden (email@example.com), Sofos Consultancy (www.sofos.nl) presented three papers and demonstrated three games.
- Gaming for development: introduction to localization and internationalization of educational games; for the slides, see http://slidesha.re/PE04mO.
- The Tactec trilogy - building a new and powerful workshop by concatenating three existing games / exercises; for the slides, see http://slidesha.re/Okmqn4.
- How to develop an online role-playing game in five days; for the slides, see http://slidesha.re/M9Q3Gi.
- Gamemaker 8.1 Lite by yoyogames.com; demonstration of the free computer program (pc version, 30 minutes or more); for the free gamemaker 8.1 lite software, see http://www.yoyogames.com; for the sample files used in the paper presentation, download files isaga00.gmk81 - isaga04.gmk81 from http://bit.ly/NdD0Yi.
- Tactec, a frame game to develop a global implementation plan (vertical board game, at least 7 participants, one hour); for the case description, full instructions, and the outcome of the one hour game run during ISAGA 2012, see http://slidesha.re/M7BvqD; for the original Tactec publication, see http://slidesha.re/N6Wleg.
- The Storyboard Exercise or how to design a Moodle course (individual exercise, at least 4 participants, 30 minutes or more); for instruction and story board form, see pages 14-17 of "Moodle Introduction - develop today your online course": http://slidesha.re/MeFDHP.
For the abstracts of the papers and introductions to the games, see the document attached.
(Edited by Pieter van der Hijden - original submission Monday, 9 July 2012, 10:12 AM)