Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass Two successful Serious Games Showcase & Challenge events in 2006 and 2007 led to more discovery and understanding about what was...
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Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass With the 2006 inaugural behind them, the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge IPT committee began to pinpoint the challenges they...
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This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge! As the SGS&C IPT looks to plan for a special celebration of the Challenge in 2015, it’s...
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Otronicon began in 2006 as an effort to “explore the science, art, technology, careers and fun behind video games, simulation and digital media.” Because Team Orlando is a local advocate...
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Covering a variety of subjects from cyber security to a slave’s escape to freedom, to a synthetic biology game, this year’s Serious Games Showcase & Challenge (SGS&C) winners were announced...
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Congratulations to our 2014 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge finalists! Be sure to visit the SGS&C Booth # 2663 and cast your vote for this year’s People’s Choice Award! Take...
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OVERARCHING AWARD SPONSOR The Serious Games Showcase & Challenge is very excited to welcome Autodesk as the 2014 Overarching Award Sponsor! Autodesk’s sponsorship supports the entire field of awards: Best...
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The Underground Railroad: Journey to Freedom by Muzzy Lane Software is a “choose your own journey” style game that incorporates 3-D experiences as students make a series of choices that...
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Strike Group Defender: The Missile Matrix is by the Office of Naval Research and MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Strike Group Defender is the US Navy’s first prototype multiple player, game-based software-training...
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Sound Scouts is a game played by children to assess their hearing. The game is played on a mobile tablet with headphones. Parents or caregivers supervise their children playing as...
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