I am an IT student, involved in a start up acceleration program in Los Angeles for an educational videogame on ocean pollution (cons and remedies)
I would like to make it a mobile app. I need engeneers.
Added by Isabella Morgia on December 8, 2017 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Glad to be here and I'm psyched to connect with other gameful developers. I am working on Intergalactic Multiversity for Magic & Wonder - The Game as my most gameful project at present (see forum at IMMWE.org). It is meant as a gameful solution to all of the crises of the present, grounded in the creation of autonomous and creative knowledge systems as a primary tool of liberation, creation and regeneration of non-oppressive societies. I would love to connect with…Continue
Added by Cody Lestelle on August 9, 2017 at 5:53pm — No Comments
Can you help? I'm hunting for a post I did in Gameful a few years ago, describing concepts for an RPG that took players through the challenges of being a successful "nonviolent" protestor. Lots of action possible, with drama playing out and the challenge being to avoid fighting back even when hit, even when someone you care for is hit. Lots of details - but now I can't seem to find it :-(
Sadly, I don't seem to have the original text I posted saved somewhere else.
Added by Dr Mel Ganus on December 17, 2015 at 7:00pm — No Comments
I'll admit that I am a bit of a late joiner to the Mass Effect trilogy, especially since the first game was released in 2007, and the third was released in 2012. But I am sold, and am a huge fan of the game. I actually enjoyed the game so much, that I feel that it can be used as a therapeutic intervention.
If you Google Mass Effect Counselling, or Mass Effect Therapy you will find this in game clip. But I do believe Mass…
Added by Josh Lockhart on October 21, 2015 at 10:26am — No Comments
Well, it's finally that time. After about a year of soft development, the AOC (Architects of Creation) are off the ground and running with our first batch of Alpha-testers jumping right in. We have some obvious front-runners, and some laggers behind, but that's okay, because we need each and every type of individual playing to learn more about the game itself, and the way it should be played.
Maybe you don't know what the AOC is. That's unfortunate for you, but…Continue
Added by Kevin 'B & E' Lee Wilson on April 2, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Poker is the most common and most famous card game in Las Vegas and internet casinos. Different poker games have become the number one choice for entertainment and casino gambling. Poker has turned into a great success and great business. Poker is simple to learn and interesting to play. Since different poker games have almost the same rules, it is quite easy to learn different poker games. Online poker is a milestone in the history of poker. It has developed online poker gambling. Now…Continue
Added by Vijay Singh on November 13, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments
Hello Gameful world, I'm new here and just testing the waters with this post. Basically I'm not really sure what I want to do, but I would love to get into design. Pretty much looking for recommendations as to where to start. In High school I took a game development class and worked with game maker and GMI. After that I went to some community collage in the IT field, but that didn't really work out because of a personal epidemic. Recently I've been working on web design and Gamification,…Continue
MORPG/RPG In Development
Your next MORPG is finally here.
You wake up on a deserted island with nothing but a bow, quiver, arrows, and a couple scraps of leather armor. An adventurous land full of your wildest dreams awaits you. Embark on the journey of a medieval…
Fashion is poised to flourish this year, with the help of technology. Molly Wood of The New York Times said wearable gadgets are becoming more stylish. Wood reported FitBit has teamed up with designer Tory Burch to manufacture new trackers and sensors that resemble …Continue
Added by Nadia Hyeong on September 23, 2014 at 8:29am — No Comments
I have a question about how gamification and workification relate to one another. I'm trying to come up with some thoughts on the missing quadrant below. Its pretty important to the project I'm working on as its the premise of a whole series of blog posts I'm working on.
If any of you have any ideas I'd greatly appreciate it.
This is the original post from: …Continue
I just wanted to drop you all a quick line to introduce myself. My name is Steve Ruduski and I blog at www.thecompanybard.com.
I have enjoyed success in a number of fields from entrepreneurial ventures as well as executive work in software startups. I have also had the pleasure of working in the gaming industry for a time. All in all it has been an awesome ride.
I ascribe my success directly…Continue
Added by Stephen Ruduski on June 26, 2014 at 1:34am — No Comments
My name is Erick Alexander. I'm a young entrepreneur whose turning a 2 years of researching and developed business idea into a real startup business.
With the "Gamesters Utopia" project I aim to create a gaming niche social eCommerce website in which the functionality of the site by percentage is going to consist of: (1) 45% Social Networking (ex.…Continue
Anyone going to be around SF June 10-14 ? Check out the Gamification conference:
Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson will be a keynote speaker. Maybe he'll let you fly around in his Cosmos spaceship... doubtful, but ya never know.
See you there!
Added by Kris Young on April 23, 2014 at 6:15pm — No Comments
Added by Seth Weeks on March 18, 2014 at 10:40pm — No Comments
This message is a adapted from an email message I sent to Jane McGonigal, but it pretty much described what I wanted to do as a researcher. Any help for research would be appreciated!
My name is Katharine Hodgdon (I usually go by Katie) and I am currently a Masters student in Communication at Central Michigan University. My research interest is an Organizational…Continue
Added by Katie Hodgdon on March 14, 2014 at 3:10pm — No Comments
So you think exercise is an excruciating test of willpower over the drudgery of treadmills, crowded gyms and sweaty t-shirts? So do we! That’s why we need Rundercover, a thrilling interactive audio-game. Or, how a Swiss startup starts out to make your outdoor exercises more fun and rewarding.
In the mobile app “Rundercover”, you as the runner become the hero of an epic secret agent story. Through various interactions, such as jumps, speed-ups and…Continue
Added by Peter Schiratzki on March 13, 2014 at 8:57am — No Comments
I have been developing the ability to deliver A.R.G.s both traditionally and in single-story real time events. I am now running an ARG and would like to invite everyone to PLAY!
An essential part of design is to play with your games. What we offer is free, and would benefit greatly from the interaction of skilled game designers. So come to: www.thenewgame.net and enter the open game: "The Long Game". I'd be happy if you did.But if you have a…Continue
Added by Jeff Ravage on March 12, 2014 at 7:09pm — No Comments
I'm doing research for my Masters in Education, and my focus is game based learning. I thought I'd share some of the resources I've found here at Gameful.
I found the following videos on YouTube both interesting and informative:
Added by Linda E on January 27, 2014 at 8:22am — No Comments
Who Knows Someone ^2 ("Who knows someone who knows someone?") is a game of social networking. That is to say, to play, and "win", you must think about who you know and use it to make connections.
The concept is that people can fill out requests to be put in contact with subject matter experts, and include some personal information about who they are and why they want to be in contact with such as person. For example, an elementary school student, who wants to find a journalist they…Continue
Added by David Scott on January 23, 2014 at 5:57pm — No Comments