Tag Archives: gamification

Glamorous Games

I’ve had a few attempts attrying to describe a view on gamification in my blog, but never really felt like I’ve got it across very well. Many academics talk of persuasive games and draw on the themes of rhetoric, but I’m not sure that is the same thing. Plus I’m not sure how I feel… Read More »

Competitive Comparisons

Hell Divers is the next gen game I’ve been waiting for, and it comes with none of the next gen shenagins I’ve come to expect. It is a great example of connectivity without ‘exploitationware‘. In 2003, towards the end of his run with Future Publishing, Terry Stokes came up with a cover for Edge Magazine… Read More »