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Welcome to Game Design Concepts.

 

This site is only open to those who are registered for the Summer course. If you want to create new sections of this wiki or use it for something new, feel free. What is linked to below is just, potentially, the beginning.

 

Course Resources

 

Official Websites

 

Main course blog: http://gamedesignconcepts.wordpress.com

Discussion forums: http://gamedesignconcepts.aceboard.com

Twitter (use #GDCU tag): http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23GDCU

 

Email

 

Ian Schreiber (the instructor) can be reached at: gamedesignconcepts@yahoo.com

(Please think before emailing; with over a thousand people registered for this course, email volume may be overwhelming if too many people send random "hi" or "thanks" emails, so only email if you have to.)

 

Translations

 

Some people have offered to translate the course pages into languages other than English. Add your language here, then start translating!

 

Group Collaborations

 

Want a shared space to discuss ideas with friends? Create a page for your group and post there.

 

Shared Vocabulary for Game Design using visual reference generated from the course materials.

Methods: FUN! Artistic, Creative, Open-minded, free-form word association, mind-maps, etc...

Open to all interested and particularly the visually open-minded!

 

Challenges

 

Challenge yourself in game design using these challenges, inspired by the lessons.

 

15 Minute Board Game Challenge

 

WW1 Game Challenge from Lesson 3

 

Board Game Insired By a Video Game from Home Play 4

 

Homeplay from Lesson 5: Dice game rules change

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