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feedback_for_the_game [2013/05/21 12:38]
vmiller
feedback_for_the_game [2013/05/27 08:49] (current)
sking-gengler
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 Also, examples or descriptions of every type of game you mention would be very helpful because I am unfamiliar with every single one of them. For example, about the first type of game, you could describe how the digital world could be altered using "​sandbox"​ elements and what type of objectives you are given.\\ Also, examples or descriptions of every type of game you mention would be very helpful because I am unfamiliar with every single one of them. For example, about the first type of game, you could describe how the digital world could be altered using "​sandbox"​ elements and what type of objectives you are given.\\
 Since you mentioned flow, it would be great if you could elaborate on what exactly it is for someone playing a game (it looks like you have a good source to draw from). Since you mentioned flow, it would be great if you could elaborate on what exactly it is for someone playing a game (it looks like you have a good source to draw from).
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 +Feedback from Seth King-Gengler:​
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 +Your page is well organized for the most part, however you have links going to other pages which are links going to other topics in your wiki. You'll probably want to clean that up in order to avoid confusion and a cluttered page.
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 +Your information is simply stated, which is a nice in respect to not getting too wordy or blindly quoting an article. However, that being said, there is also a lot of room for some discussion and examples. This goes hand-in-hand with content: I feel as if your page could be expanded and go into more detail with some of the subject that you're talking about. Instead of just giving links to articles and terms, summing them up on your page would be a good idea, so we know how and in which way to think and apply those concepts to your topic at hand. Personally, I felt a little jumbled around trying to make sense of what you're trying to accomplish. I used to be a big gamer myself; I think it would be great to have a bunch of information explaining the role and use in situations in gameplay (much like how there were examples in jazz music and improvised theatre in our articles).
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 +In general, think of your wiki page much like how wikipedia accomplishes articles. They have a mess-load of articles, but they do not just relate to them and give a link. What I would take away from my coments is to apply those links' content inside of your wiki page. Looking forward to reading more!