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    Gaming in SNS context Gaming in SNS context Presentation Transcript

    • Quest for games in SNS context
      • players, friends, resources
      • Luca Rossi - University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”
      ?
    • social gaming : the new frontier
    • The Gathering - Norway 2009
    • “ We create games that let you play together with real-world friends and family using the infrastructure built by social networks. This is in some ways a return to the roots of games. You play with the same people you would play cards, board games or go bowling with in the real world”
    • friends are resources you need to fight against them or you need them to help you
    • competition & cooperation 1) to win is good but smashing you is better 2) ehm ehm, my dear I really need your help hypothesis: specific game structures work better with specific social structures underlying
    • competition: closed groups, bounding activities cooperation: open groups, bridging activities
    • preliminar data: start playing the game biggest brain pet society
    • preliminary data: do you invite your friends?
    • preliminary data: do add new friends (because of the game)?
    • preliminary data: sharing achievements
    • biggest brain pet society - stay within the network; - share your achievements; - add new friends; - invite your friends; bounding activities bridging activities social function of social games
    • coopetition what social function for that? + =
    • thank you email [email_address]