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#SeriousGames Erase All Kittens (E.A.K.) is a story-driven, epic adventure game that provides kids aged 8-14 with knowledge of both computational thinking and professional coding languages.

The background assumption is that if children learn languages quickly and easily, why not teach them the professional languages of technology?

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#SeriousGames Students, young entrepreneurs and start-ups joined the From Molecules to Medicines (FMTM) ‘Serious Game’ tournament at the innovfest unbound to mark the global debut of the FMTM Serious Games by Bayer.

Through FMTM Serious Games, the public was able to take a peek behind the scene at the different stages of research and development (R&D) required to create new and potentially life-saving drugs.

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#SeriousGames YES Artist Adventure, a ‘Serious Game’ created by Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center that teaches artists how to optimize their professional websites in terms of personal branding, online marketing and e-commerce, has won bronze honors in the 2018 International Serious Play Awards competition in Corporate category.

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#SeriousGames Innovation Simulation: Breaking News, a ‘Serious Game’ from Harvard Business Publishing about managing innovation, has won gold honors in the 2018 International Serious Play Awards competition in Education Corporate category. In the 20 to 30 minute simulation Innovation Simulation: Breaking News, students manage the innovation process for The Citizen Sun, a struggling newspaper company.

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#SeriousGames The Uber Game, a news game from the Financial Times, has won gold honors in the 2018 International Serious Play Awards competition in the Corporate category.

The Uber Game is a text-based adventure that provides players with an immersive experience of an Uber driver’s life.

You have the option to play on “Easier,” and “Harder” difficulties. In the former scenario, you have good credit and can afford to live in San Francisco, while in the latter you have bad credit and must live in Sacramento.

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#SeriousGames Eleven games and simulations designed for use in training have been cited for excellence in the 2018 International Serious Play Awards Program. As game-based learning becomes mainstream, training products that allow participants to have hands on “play,” are delivering significantly better skills and retention.

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#SeriousGames Fifteen Serious Games designed for use in K12 or higher education have been cited for excellence in the 2018 International Serious Play Award Program. Entries in the competition doubled and judges cited vast improvement in the quality of the Serious Games entries over 2018.

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#SeriousGames In March, John Moravec at Education Futures conducted a survey asking “Does The Future Need Schools?”

John has reached out to a select, diverse group of contacts from around the world to help bring some insight to the subject, aiming to generate an ecology of ideas for future research.

“As the future of work seems to become increasingly uncertain, schools charged with creating future-ready workers have changed very little over the past few centuries,” says Moravec. “A school from 2018 looks and functions little different than a school in 1918 would have operated. As we look 10, 20, or 50 years into the future, will ‘school’ be relevant?”

Stay tuned for the upcoming “John Moravec’s Survey: Does The Future Need Schools? Part 2.”

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Thanks for letting me join the community ^.^

My name is Rath Panyowat. I'm a physician from Thailand currently study Health Informatics in Sweden.

This game is my master's thesis project. I think you guys might be interested in it. It's a game for reviewing the cardiopulmonary resuscitation protocols for healthcare professionals. It's available on the iOS App store and Android Play store.

The game is free to download with free-to-play for the first level. The additional 6 levels is $2.99 in-app purchase.

I really want to give it to you all for free (because you're an early adopter), but it would take some effort to develop the code-redeeming system. So I really can't 😅

I would appreciate if you give it a try (no need to purchase). And feel free to leave me comments or suggestions about the game ^.^
Resus Days is now available on iOS and Android! (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างครับ)
After 3 months of solo-develop, Resus Days is now available for download.

Resus Days is a simulation game for healthcare professionals to practice some quick-thinking needed for care of cardiopulmonary emergencies. You are the team leader in the resuscitation team. Your task is resuscitate the patient until he is back to a normal heart rhythm (normal sinus rhythm).

The game includes 7 levels covering cardiac arrest, bradycardia, tachycardia, and simulated megacode. The first level (cardiac arrest) is free to play. If you like it, an $2.99 in-app purchase will unlock six additional levels.

I hope you enjoy the game! :)

Please share this post if you like the game 😊

Resus Days เป็นเกมจำลองสถานการณ์ cardiopulmonary resuscitation สำหรับบุคลากรทางการแพทย์และผู้สนใจครับ ผู้เล่นจะสวมบทบาทเป็นหัวหน้าทีม resuscitation ในการกู้ชีพคนไข้ใน cardiac arrest, bradycardia, tachycardia, และ megacode (ผสมหลาย algorithm) ตัวเกมสามารถดาวน์โหลดได้ฟรี พร้อมด่านแรก (cardiac arrest) ส่วนด่านอื่น ๆ สามารถปลดล็อคได้ด้วย in-app purchase ในราคา 99 บาทครับ

หวังว่าจะชอบและสนุกกับเกมกันนะครับ ^.^

(ถ้าชอบรบกวนแชร์ต่อด้วยนะคร้าบ 😆)

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