I have been luckily enough to have been asked by Packt Publishing almost a year ago to write a book that combines my knowledge of Gamification and how it can be implemented within Unity. It has been quite a journey and I spent a lot of time ensuring that the book was made for anyone from beginner to expert, as it guided you through the entire game design process.
I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has participated.
I have one last favour to ask. It would be great if you could fill out this survey and let me know about your experiences.
If you wanted to still give the app a go, you can try it out today/tomorrow and then fill out the survey. Any and all help would be great!
All your feedback, comments, experiences are extremely valuable to my research and I greatly appreciate the time that you have taken to be a part of this project.
For all those who have tested Ani AND completed the survey, you will get full access to the full version by entering your username and ANI2016 (e.g. gamerzANI2016). Given that we are a little while away from the full version, keep up to date and be the first to know when the app is released by subscribing to the ANI mailing list here
We have had a number of requests for an iOS version (unfortunately we don’t have a Mac to develop on). Continue reading AniOnline – Web Version Now Avaliable
Thank you for showing interest in being a part of this research. This post will outline how to use Ani and what it’s designed to do. Then you can choose whether or not you want to be a part, the choice is entirely up to you! Continue reading Make me a test subject! – Ani testing info
Today will be my last day in Melbourne, Australia for the coming months. I will be relocating to the wonderful city of Roma, Italy.
I look forward to this new quest, to the adventures that await and to the many new experiences that are around the corner.
So if you’re around, interested in a workshop or running some game/gamification events, feel free to get in touch: email@example.com
I did an interview recently with the folks at the City of Melbourne as part of their Melbourne Knowledge Week festival. It was lots of fun and you can check it out here!
Gamicards are again in the news as part of the official RMIT Centre for Game Design Research launch.
They will be available soon!!