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Missions for Thoughtful Gamers

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Missions for Thoughtful Gamers
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Publisher: ETC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1257979701
ISBN-13: 9781257979707
Number of pages: 204

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This book presents a sequence of 40 challenges, ranging from thought experiments to design exercises, each one inviting players to become more creatively curious and self-aware. The book provides inspiration for a new generation of designers, critics and educators as well as an humane introduction for non-gamers to why videogames matter.

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