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DIG4713: Game Design Dr. Rudy McDaniel, Fall 2009 Semester Lecture 2: Welcome (Continued)
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Tribute to 8-bit Games n http:// boingboing.net/2009/08/23/stop-motion-lego-tr
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Wrapping up the course introduction
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Types of Games We’ll Look At & Play n Board Games n Card Games n Video Games n Social Games n Drinking Games
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Game Genres n Entertainment Games n Serious Games n Persuasive Games
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Entertainment Games Click on the image to play the game!
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Violence and Games? Click on the image to play the game!
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Mortgage Meltdown Click on the image to play the game!
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Projects in this Class n You each will be designing two games this semester: one board game and one digital game. n The ideas, mechanics, and conceptual elements are more important than the implementation. This is game design , not game production .
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Banned Game Themes
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Banned Game Themes
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Pitches n You will have 2 minute opportunities to pitch the concept for each of your games to the class. You will then receive feedback from every person in the class on your concept as well as from me.
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