The Making of A Game of Phones

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This presentation was given at the mLearnCon 11 conference in San Jose, CA covering the making of the A Game of Phones card game played at the conference. This was presented by Alicia Sanchez and Kris Rockwell.

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The Making of A Game of Phones

  1. 1. The Making of @gamesczar @hybridkris
  2. 2. Project Goals To make a serious game about mobile development - easy to use - low tech - low cost
  3. 3. Why a card game? Actual photo of the Hybrid crew playing phone games at lunch. NOTE: Not being very social. Boardgames are social!
  4. 4. Why a card game? Peacemaker was built first as a board game. It’s a simple & effective rapid prototyping method Tech isn’t always the answer!
  5. 5. Research
  6. 6. Inspiration
  7. 7. Card Types
  8. 8. First Iteration Rules: play 1 technology card play 1 software card play 1 speaker card text in your solution to a web portal allow community to vote Post results via Twitter
  9. 9. Play Testing Fewer draws than expected Players were able to use multiple cards-Increase flexibility-Increase variance Speaker cards not always necessary Instructions should promote discussion
  10. 10. Revisions Play 1-2 technology cards Drop web app Play 1-2 software cards Make the speaker card optional chi-may was key!
  11. 11. Final Game Learning value comes from the discussions
  12. 12. Dr. Alicia Sanchez @gamesczar Kris Rockwell @hybridkris All content © 2011 Hybrid Learning Systems & Czarina Games

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