What is Game Design?
<ul><li>Game design is a process of: </li></ul><ul><li>Imagining a game // Defining how it works // Describing the element...
Game key-components: Core mechanics:  the kernel of the game, the challenges and actions Interface:  how the player intera...
Initial thoughts
Johan Huizinga's magic circle  Real World: - Questioning - Fear - Uncertainties - Responsibilities  - Dreams - Immersion -...
&quot;Everything is a game, war is a game, politics are a game, life is a game, everything is a game. Games are interactiv...
Potential market  (or: why study games?)
In the last 5 years the game industry has grown more than any other in entertainment.
In the United States, a third of the population connected to the web has a videogame console at home. Source: NIELSEN/NETR...
In 2006, games have outdone cinema revenues.  (source: Jupiter Media Metrix)  Today, over 200 million people play casual g...
Halo 3 (Microsoft) made 130 million dollars on its launching, more than any superproduction makes on its premiere. Combini...
Star Wars game &quot;Force Unleashed&quot; has sold over  1.5 million copies in the first week.
Games have overdone cinema revenues and are now the third industry in the world, being beat only by weapons and automobili...
Advertising in games will grow from US$120 millions (2004)  to US$850 millions in 2010. .
Games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero have been pointed out as great income sources for artists and brands (the announced &...
The game market represents the biggest growth in online entertainment. Players are between 18 and 35 years old, being 57% ...
Advergames
Strategy for marketing communication that uses games, mainly electronic, to advertise brands and products. That includes a...
The internet is a great environment to use this tool. Mobile media (cellphones, ipads, iphones) are already being tested b...
IN-GAME ADVERTISING:  it's just a replica of the real world ad brought into the virtual world, using banners, posters, rad...
Cases
Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBxLG9gpOr4
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Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRg6jH_DdAY
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Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH9mzaJumYo
Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf5IujbU2QY
Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6p5zuMHi4o
Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCKJztVWDBY
 
 
Link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOS_ALZ6iWc
 
 
Link:  http://www.verbatim.jp/senshuken/
Link:  http://www.axeeffect.jp/inthedark/
Wii game will use system made by Google (http://meiobit.com/meio-bit/google/jogo-do-wii-usar-sistema-feito-pelo-google) An...
ARGs
Defining Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) &quot;(...) a fictional genre that unites real life, treasure hunting, live-action...
Link:  http://videolog.uol.com.br/video.php?id=414980
Link:  http://www.tequila.com/#/work/playstation
Conclusion
Game is publicity/promotion. Game is a brand experience. Game is an advertising space for companies. Game is a search tool...
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  1. 2. What is Game Design?
  2. 3. <ul><li>Game design is a process of: </li></ul><ul><li>Imagining a game // Defining how it works // Describing the elements that are going to be part of the game (concept, art, foundation) // Passing these data on to the team that will produce it. </li></ul><ul><li>Source: Fundamentals of Game Design </li></ul>
  3. 4. Game key-components: Core mechanics: the kernel of the game, the challenges and actions Interface: how the player interacts with the game Storytelling engine: the immersive screenplay itself Source: Fundamentals of Game Design
  4. 5. Initial thoughts
  5. 6. Johan Huizinga's magic circle Real World: - Questioning - Fear - Uncertainties - Responsibilities - Dreams - Immersion - Narration - Catharsis - Challenge Magic circle: - Experience - Meanings
  6. 7. &quot;Everything is a game, war is a game, politics are a game, life is a game, everything is a game. Games are interactive means to tell stories, games are how kids learn the rules&quot; Jesper Juul, Digital and Culture conference at Brown University, 2001.
  7. 8. Potential market (or: why study games?)
  8. 9. In the last 5 years the game industry has grown more than any other in entertainment.
  9. 10. In the United States, a third of the population connected to the web has a videogame console at home. Source: NIELSEN/NETRATINGS
  10. 11. In 2006, games have outdone cinema revenues. (source: Jupiter Media Metrix) Today, over 200 million people play casual games frequently on the web. Out of the US$41 billion that the game industry makes, US$2.25 billion come from casual games. (source: http://www.casualgamesassociation.org/faq.php#casualgames)
  11. 12. Halo 3 (Microsoft) made 130 million dollars on its launching, more than any superproduction makes on its premiere. Combining the online play hours of Halo 2 in 2005 and 2006 we come to 184,137,245 hours, that's over 21 thousand years!
  12. 13. Star Wars game &quot;Force Unleashed&quot; has sold over 1.5 million copies in the first week.
  13. 14. Games have overdone cinema revenues and are now the third industry in the world, being beat only by weapons and automobilistic industries.
  14. 15. Advertising in games will grow from US$120 millions (2004) to US$850 millions in 2010. .
  15. 16. Games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero have been pointed out as great income sources for artists and brands (the announced &quot;products&quot; include from characters to famous brands). According to The New York Times, MTV (Rock Band producer along with EA Games) has sold over 15 million tracks online for the game, while Guitar Hero Aerosmith Edition is a huge success, even helping their catalog sales. Other bands are coming along with the success, like Metallica and AC/DC.
  16. 17. The game market represents the biggest growth in online entertainment. Players are between 18 and 35 years old, being 57% male and 43% female, playing an average of 13 hours a week. In 2008/2009 there were over 100 million people playing online.
  17. 18. Advergames
  18. 19. Strategy for marketing communication that uses games, mainly electronic, to advertise brands and products. That includes a large range that goes from games that are developed specifically for advertising purposes, to common games that have ads in its interface.
  19. 20. The internet is a great environment to use this tool. Mobile media (cellphones, ipads, iphones) are already being tested by companies that chose this marketing strategy.
  20. 21. IN-GAME ADVERTISING: it's just a replica of the real world ad brought into the virtual world, using banners, posters, radio spots and billboards. SSX3, the snowboarding game from Electronic Arts, shows Honda and Seven-Up billboards. PRODUCT-PLACEMENT: it's about putting the product into the game context. The characters in the game Devil May Cry wear Diesel pants. In Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow&quot; the character uses a Sony Ericsson p900 smartphone to solve missions, the player literally lives the virtual experience of using the device. In Worms 3D, from SEGA, the characters drink Red Bull in order to jump higher.
  21. 22. Cases
  22. 23. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBxLG9gpOr4
  23. 24. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7Yk1kzX97Y
  24. 26. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRg6jH_DdAY
  25. 27. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oep9Gyt-bQw
  26. 29. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH9mzaJumYo
  27. 30. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf5IujbU2QY
  28. 31. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6p5zuMHi4o
  29. 32. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCKJztVWDBY
  30. 35. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOS_ALZ6iWc
  31. 38. Link: http://www.verbatim.jp/senshuken/
  32. 39. Link: http://www.axeeffect.jp/inthedark/
  33. 40. Wii game will use system made by Google (http://meiobit.com/meio-bit/google/jogo-do-wii-usar-sistema-feito-pelo-google) And-Kensaku will be a collection of mini-games in which the player will be awarded points by indicating what terms will show more results. For example, between &quot;cute teacher&quot; and &quot;serious teacher&quot;, for which would Google show more results? Notice that the Google suggestion wasn't by chance. The search data system will be provided by the Mountain View company, and the game disc will come with 10 thousand words (however, it will be possible to connect the console to the web and download more terms and games).
  34. 41. ARGs
  35. 42. Defining Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) &quot;(...) a fictional genre that unites real life, treasure hunting, live-action, games and online communities. These games are an intense series of puzzles involving websites, clues in newspapers, phone calls from other characters and much more.&quot; Dave Szulborski, author of &quot;This is not a game, a guide to ARGs&quot; Companies are already using mechanics of this tool in their communication strategies.
  36. 43. Link: http://videolog.uol.com.br/video.php?id=414980
  37. 44. Link: http://www.tequila.com/#/work/playstation
  38. 45. Conclusion
  39. 46. Game is publicity/promotion. Game is a brand experience. Game is an advertising space for companies. Game is a search tool. Game is an interaction tool.
  40. 47. Viszontlátásra! Köszönön! [email_address]
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