"Maybe use the 400 different Island and Ship Cards which help move players around a map of the Caribbean (& 160 different islands & destinations) in WorldWide Cruise Line's Caribbean Cruise Board Game also iPhone / iPad App? See and feel…"
Addressing the issue of motivation in life through games. Discuss creating environments that allow people to motivate themselves for action, apply the methods developed by psychology of happiness and increase their belief in their own abilities.See More
By using game mechanics in therapy for heart patients, teaching young diabetics to estimate carbs, help ritualize the keeping of journals for chronically ill patients, shortening feedback loops, increasing collaboration and putting a smile on the face of poor sods (I am one, I may say so ) – this group will change the world.First one to release, gets a beer at the next meetup!See More
Where publishers and designers of board games, card games, and dice games can meet up and combine super powers. Let’s share ideas, techniques, helpful links, fun new plays, and serious stuff, too (games for education, training, social issues).See More
Bliss is an immersive environment that boosts the fun factor of the imagination, collaboration, and development of new ideas.Bliss uses impact as the unit of measure for advancing within the community. Our is to gamify the world in order to end poverty and human trafficking. By demonstrating the viability of Impact as the natural currency of the Universe, we can all design and build a better tomorrow.See More
Libraries are embracing gaming as a social activity, in service to their mandates to be a community hub, and to serve both educational and recreational needs. Rock Band and chess are common but the potential is much greater. Share ideas, develop games, and reach out to an audience of librarians and library patrons where the gameful principles that bring us all here can have powerful local impact.See More
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