Designing multiplayer games to facilitate emergent social behaviours online

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Vogiazou, Y.; Eisenstadt, Marc;

This paper discusses an exploratory case study of the design of games that facilitate spontaneous social interaction and group behaviours among distributed individuals, based largely on symbolic presence 'state' changes. We present the principles guiding the design of o... View more
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