Adventure Land: The Complete Adventure

Finishing the course BCM300 has been accumulated into the Dossier for my game Adventure Land. Adventure Land is a Table Top Role Playing Game, based in the fantasy world of the same name with the use of build-your-own-adventure style storybooks. Aimed at individuals on the Autism Spectrum, to help with critical thinking, confidence and imagination. …

1 Online Fight Closer to Victory

Adventure Land has been assessed by multiple groups which have led to changes within the game. This feedback has improved the concept by informing me of what I’ve missed or ways the game can evolve. For a comprehensive understanding of Adventure Land, I suggest visiting my previous post. Otherwise, a quick look at Adventure Land: …

Best Game Concept Ever

Links: Autism Services Directory for the Macarthur Region Build-Your-Own-Adventure series by Prospero Dungeons and Dragons Telltale Games   Bibliography: Daubert, A, Hornstein, S & Tincani, M 2015, ‘Effects of a Modified Power Card Strategy on Turn Taking and Social Commenting of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Playing Board Games’, Journal of Developmental & Physical Disabilities, vol. …

You are a liar if you say you weren’t yelling

Commencing BCM300: Game Experience Design, we have been playing board games to consider the construction of the game and its effect on the players. Through this reflection, I’ll be looking at four games I’ve played during my class time. Each one will state information found online through the BoardGameGeek website and will have my own …

Process Journal

Original Idea: The first idea I came up with responds to the concept of a fictional self and also relates to surveillance. Its main point is to show how your fictional self can be changed without your control. The above box mimics taking a photo and suggests that the audience has no control what happens …

Privacy VS Price

The above podcast is a combination of the results, discussion and the conclusion of my generational study into privacy, based on vulnerability stereotypes. This has been in response to media surveillance and the influence it has when related to augmentation to help retain physical abilities. Posing the question of whether individuals would sacrifice elements of …