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Localizing Global Game Jam
Designing Game Development for Collaborative
Learning in the Social Contex...
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Contents
...1 Introduction
...2 Game Jam approach
...3 Fukushima Game Jam
...4 After the Jam
...5 Summary
S.Ya...
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Introduction
Latest News:
Fukushima Game Jam game download is
outage in this weekend!
By the major power outag...
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Introduction
Menu
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In playing and making games, we collaborate.
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“Game Jam” as new approach of game
de...
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Game Jam approach
About Game Jam approach
“jam session” by game developers
ad-hoc team development
weekend pro...
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Game Jam approach
Designing game jam with purpose
We propose to design the game jam with three types:
Global G...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Fukushima Game Jam
Fukushima Game Jam 2012 in 1 minute
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5apdF...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Main site: Minamisoma city
Interactive Map in English:
http://spectrum.ieee.org/static/
map...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy 1: Process
Alpha, beta, public play test, and final release are
scheduled in...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy2: Participatory Design
Public play–test and kids workshop
Focusing the user...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy 3: Listening to users
Some observation from Minamisoma bus trip and
live–st...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy 4: Team
Each team has 5–7 person
Jammers registration with their profile
Pro...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy 5: satellites
More than 100 developers took part in Fukushima
Game Jam 2011...
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Fukushima Game Jam
Design strategy 6: achievements
Theme is “Tsunagari” (relationship or connection)
(1) Colla...
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After the Jam
Lessons from Global Game Jam
All teams made up their games in FGJ2011.
A few teams could do alph...
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After the Jam
FGJ and Lessons from Global Game
Jam
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Rapid prototyping experience
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Opportunity for fail...
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Summary
Conclusion
First nation-wide game jam without the support of
federal government
supports from game ind...
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Summary
See you in our next game jam.
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Global Game Jam 2013 (2013/1/25–27)
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Fukushima Game Jam 2013, (...
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  1. 1. . . . . . . . ...... Localizing Global Game Jam Designing Game Development for Collaborative Learning in the Social Context K. Shin, K. Kaneko, Y. Matsui, K. Mikami, M.Nagaku, T. Nakabayashi, K. Ono, and Shinji Yamane IGDA Japan November 2012 S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 1 / 18
  2. 2. . . . . . . Contents ...1 Introduction ...2 Game Jam approach ...3 Fukushima Game Jam ...4 After the Jam ...5 Summary S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 2 / 18
  3. 3. . . . . . . Introduction Latest News: Fukushima Game Jam game download is outage in this weekend! By the major power outage in campus After Monday, you can download and play the games freely at http://fgj12.ecloud.nii.ac.jp/ S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 3 / 18
  4. 4. . . . . . . Introduction Menu ...1 In playing and making games, we collaborate. ...2 “Game Jam” as new approach of game development ...3 Designing the game jam for the social problem ...4 Fukushima Game Jam 2011 (and 2012) ...5 Creative recovery/place–making after 3.11 earthquake, tsunami, and atomic meltdown ...6 Educating the next generation of developers ...7 . . . and localized game jams everywhere S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 4 / 18
  5. 5. . . . . . . Game Jam approach About Game Jam approach “jam session” by game developers ad-hoc team development weekend project: extremely short period death match myth: each roles has own break not a contest, not for a win everybody is welcome not begginers but professionals also can learn free download, public/peer review, version-up S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 5 / 18
  6. 6. . . . . . . Game Jam approach Designing game jam with purpose We propose to design the game jam with three types: Global Game Jam globally distributed event for general purpose Localized Global Game Jam mega–regional or nation–wide event with social purpose Local game jam in–house, stand–alone event for a local purpose S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 6 / 18
  7. 7. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Fukushima Game Jam Fukushima Game Jam 2012 in 1 minute http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5apdF6Ri7RE Fukushima Game Jam 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XMsAd3nmpU http://www.youtube.com/user/japangamejam S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 7 / 18
  8. 8. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Main site: Minamisoma city Interactive Map in English: http://spectrum.ieee.org/static/ mapping-fukushimas-impact-on-japan Minamisoma city in Fukushima is located at the edge of low–level radiation zone. S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 8 / 18
  9. 9. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy 1: Process Alpha, beta, public play test, and final release are scheduled in 30 hours Tokyo team also experienced the bus trip with a local guide to the edge of the evacuation zone just before starting design. S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 9 / 18
  10. 10. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy2: Participatory Design Public play–test and kids workshop Focusing the users’ needs sometimes changed the game design. S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 10 / 18
  11. 11. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy 3: Listening to users Some observation from Minamisoma bus trip and live–streaming program during the game jam: No IT industry: agriculture and service market for nuclear power station No university Public awareness concerning S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 11 / 18
  12. 12. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy 4: Team Each team has 5–7 person Jammers registration with their profile Professional/semi-professional lead programmer for each team Beginner/student for each team Separate developers from a same organization Sometimes too many programmers and less manual writers S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 12 / 18
  13. 13. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy 5: satellites More than 100 developers took part in Fukushima Game Jam 2011: Main site: 44 (25 from Tokyo, 19 from Tohoku region) Tokyo: about 40 (2 sites including part-time attendee) Fukuoka: about 30 Sapporo: 7 SHIPS (Sympathy, Interest, Participation, Share) expanded overseas in FGJ 2012. S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 13 / 18
  14. 14. . . . . . . Fukushima Game Jam Design strategy 6: achievements Theme is “Tsunagari” (relationship or connection) (1) Collaboration with kids (2) Tohoku Include the specialties from Tohoku area (3) First contact (4) No instruction (5) Five minutes limit (6) Language Free (7) Interface (8) Link Jammers can select more than one achievements S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 14 / 18
  15. 15. . . . . . . After the Jam Lessons from Global Game Jam All teams made up their games in FGJ2011. A few teams could do alpha–beta–complete iteration in 30 hours. With positive feedback, FGJ2012 also held in last August. As same as GGJ, FGJ2011 has provided the lessons for each developers: S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 15 / 18
  16. 16. . . . . . . After the Jam FGJ and Lessons from Global Game Jam ...1 Rapid prototyping experience ...2 Opportunity for failure ...3 Working in diverse teams ...4 (Professional) Tools assessment and selection ...5 Research and user studies ...6 Promotion these characteristics never experienced in the huge game company were also observed in FGJ (expect for avoiding failure). S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 16 / 18
  17. 17. . . . . . . Summary Conclusion First nation-wide game jam without the support of federal government supports from game industries and grass–rooted game developers community Creative recovery/place–making after 3.11 divide Collaboration between kids and professionals Bringing the prototyping culture to package game developers, kids, and other citizens Huge public awareness but less feedbacks (We’ll held a indie game test show including FGJ games at Tokyo in this month.) S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 17 / 18
  18. 18. . . . . . . Summary See you in our next game jam. ...1 Global Game Jam 2013 (2013/1/25–27) ...2 Fukushima Game Jam 2013, (maybe) next August ...3 Jam sites in Japan provides live–streaming with interviews during the Jam. S.Yamane et al. (IGDA.jp) Game Jam Nov. 2012 18 / 18

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