A good serious game is inherently interdisciplinary. It requires multimedia artists, engineers, business people, content experts, behavioral scientists, designers, project managers, quality assurance experts, producers, administrators and members of the target audience to work together seamlessly to produce a product that combines engaging gameplay with learning goals. One of the biggest challenges facing the serious game team is overcoming Continue reading ““Working with researchers who are legendary game designers in their own mind””
1. Work out your serious game idea and learning goals as much as possible before you approach a development team.
If not, the developers will make the game that they are capable of making which may or Continue reading ““10 Tips for Finding a Developer to Make Your First Serious Game””
People often ask me how one can incorporate a learning or behavioral theories into games. It is not easy to do but there is one theory that has been incorporated into serious Continue reading “Putting self-efficacy theory into serious games”
In the video game industry, an important measure of a game’s success is its sales. Of course the extent to which players of the game are engaged in it and give it positive reviews supports the sales of the game and its popularity. But if a million people buy a Continue reading “Only 1 in 10 play the whole video game: Implications for serious game development”