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Workshop on delivering engaging games for museums

Op 15 maart 2016 organiseren Fabrique, Frankly, Green + Webb een workshop over Games voor musea in het Nationaal Militair Museum, Soesterberg. Tijden: 10:00-16:00 uur, prijs: 199 euro.

"Are you wondering whether you could do something interesting with games in your organisation, but not sure where to start? It wouldn’t be surprising, play is a fundamental part of human nature, games can provide deep engagement, and they are hugely popular (over 70% of the British population play games, for example, mostly on their mobile phones). But creating a good game requires an understanding of how they work and the effect of game mechanics on the players. They can be difficult to get right, particularly for games with a learning intention - the balance of play and education is a tricky one."
"This workshop will introduce you the potential range of games and games mechanics, both competitive and collaborative (if you think games are just about shooting zombies, be prepared to think again!). It will look at what makes a successful game, and which game mechanics might be most suitable to achieve your aims. We will also go through the process of designing and testing out a game, so you can see the principles in action. The day is packed with learnings you can use and examples to share with colleagues afterwards, but should also be fun to take part in."
● Introductions
● Game play and review session: the effect of game mechanics on behaviour
● Principles of good game design: talk and discussion
● Best practices in the National Military Museum
● Lunch (provided, please let us know any dietary requirements)
● Game design brainstorm
● Prototyping, testing and feedback

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