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Design Strategy for the Implementation of Cooperative Group Games in Motion Based Arcade Game System
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Design Strategy for the Implementation of Cooperative Group Games in Motion Based Arcade Game System
Joh, Yun-Sook;
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 Abstract
Cooperative Group Games (CGG) emphasize participation, challenges and fun by cooperation among group members rather than competition. CGGs have been proven to be an efficient education method that teaches the value of cultivating cooperation skills, discipline, and sense of public order for tackling problems together through various types of interactions. When integrated with computer game technology, the general classic CGG can be reborn with new educational and entertaining aspects. To combine the joy of physical movement of group games and the richness of computer game contents, a motion based arcade CGG has been developed in this study, based on the original ideas and structures of classic off-line CGGs. While implementing the classic game concepts in arcade environment, various design attributes have been considered and applied, which were supposed to promote cooperative game play. Overall, the process of the implementation and test results of our four CGGs suggest several design strategies for effective arcade CGGs.
 Keywords
Cooperative Group Game;Motion-based;Position Tracking;Educational Game;Game for learning;Game for exercise;
 Language
English
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