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Edutainment games for mobile multimedia museum guidance systems : a classification approach

Damala, Areti (2009) Edutainment games for mobile multimedia museum guidance systems : a classification approach. In: Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, pp. 307-308. ISBN 9783642040511

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Abstract

This paper proposes a first sketch on the state of the art regarding interactive edutainment games delivered through mobile multimedia museum guidance systems used in the context of a cultural visit. The goal is to identify current practices but also potential functional requirements, through the introduction of a first set of classification criteria emerging from a literature review of representative projects. The issue of related evaluation practices is also discussed.