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Games that can be played on mobile devices that require players to go to different locations to gain points/information
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edutonica: Transmedia Storytelling, ARIS Game Tool, and K12 ...

edutonica: Transmedia Storytelling, ARIS Game Tool, and K12 ... | Location based gaming | Scoop.it
These games are developed with the web based ARIS game development engine (OpenSource) created by the Instructional Technology Departments of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of New Mexico ...
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Augmented Reality: Coming Soon to a School Near You? | MindShift

Augmented Reality: Coming Soon to a School Near You? | MindShift | Location based gaming | Scoop.it
1 Comment · Tweet · Share · Email Post · Permalink. ARIS.
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Lieberman Sees: 34 GREAT TRANSMEDIA STORYTELLING ...

Lieberman Sees: 34 GREAT TRANSMEDIA STORYTELLING ... | Location based gaming | Scoop.it
Research has suggested the potential for using augmented reality (AR) games- location-based games that use wireless handheld devices to provide virtual game information in a physical environment-as educational tools.
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Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Using ARIS to Create Interactive ...

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Using ARIS to Create Interactive ... | Location based gaming | Scoop.it
ARIS is a powerful tool for making location based games; however its true power lies when it is combined with ?eld trips and location based learning. Teachers can author their own “games” creating virtual characters or items ...
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Can Anyone Design a Mobile Game? | MindShift

Can Anyone Design a Mobile Game? | MindShift | Location based gaming | Scoop.it
ARIS. If you're interested in creating your own mobile games, but are intimidated about taking the first step, teacher Jim Mathews offers a few ways in. Start small. Create something simple before embarking on a more complex ...
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