Monthly Archives: October 2010
Resources: These resources, created by Games for Change and others, help us to define and build the field of social issue games and to share our community’s best practices http://gamesforchange.org/toolkitflash/ -Anuja
TED Talks Games are invading the real world — and the runaway popularity of Farmville and Guitar Hero is just the beginning, says Jesse Schell. At the DICE Summit, he makes a startling prediction: a future where 1-ups and experience … Continue reading
“One study reveals that young men who are habitually aggressive may be especially vulnerable to the aggression-enhancing effects of repeated exposure to violent games,” said psychologists Craig A. Anderson, Ph.D., and Karen E. Dill, Ph.D. “The other study reveals that … Continue reading
Project_Gymkhana This is the project aimed towards motivating folks to work-out in the gym. We plan to incorporate this into an i-phone application.
Amazed by the realism of the game. Even the marks and wear and tear of the tire is visible. Amazing physics simulations in rain conditions. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPWdCvFK69s
I always love to play First Person Shoot out (FPS) games like Counter Strike. It’s so much fun in a multi-player environment. The most critical element in this setting is the terrain map. This is a great article on one … Continue reading
Team Members: Daphne Larose & Aaron Coffman Progress Report
Hazard: The Journey of Life and Portal Aaron and I found these games to be really cool and are using them as inspiration for our own game.
Zynga’s recent acquisition of HTML5 game engine developer Dextrose AG could be viewed, on the surface, as just another purchase in a slew of buys they’ve made this year. In fact, it’s a clear statement that HTML5 is the future … Continue reading
Everyone must have played racing game on mobile phone. PadRcaer (racing game for ipad) allows you to use iphone or itouch as steering wheel. PadRacer is an old school, top-view racing game that can link up with not one, not … Continue reading