Die Kunst Des Game Designs

Author: Jesse Schell
Editor: MITP-Verlags GmbH & Co. KG
ISBN: 3958452841
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Grundlagen der Entwicklung und Konzeption klassischer Spiele von einem der weltweit führenden Game Designer Mehr als 100 Regeln und zentrale Fragen zur Inspiration für den kreativen Prozess Zahlreiche wertvolle Denkanstöße für die Konzeption eines erfolgreichen Spiels Jeder kann die Grundlagen des Game Designs meistern – dazu bedarf es keines technischen Fachwissens. Dabei zeigt sich, dass die gleichen psychologischen Grundprinzipien, die für Brett-, Karten- und Sportspiele funktionieren, ebenso der Schlüssel für die Entwicklung qualitativ hochwertiger Videospiele sind. Mit diesem Buch lernen Sie, wie Sie im Prozess der Spielekonzeption und -entwicklung vorgehen, um bessere Games zu kreieren. Jesse Schell zeigt, wie Sie Ihr Game durch eine strukturierte methodische Vorgehensweise Schritt für Schritt deutlich verbessern. Mehr als 100 gezielte Fragestellungen eröffnen Ihnen dabei neue Perspektiven auf Ihr Game, so dass Sie die Features finden, die es erfolgreich machen. Hierzu gehören z.B. Fragen wie: Welche Herausforderungen stellt mein Spiel an die Spieler? Fördert es den Wettbewerb unter den Spielern? Werden sie dazu motiviert, gewinnen zu wollen? So werden über hundert entscheidende Charakteristika für ein gut konzipiertes Spiel untersucht. Mit diesem Buch wissen Sie, worauf es bei einem guten Game ankommt und was Sie alles bedenken sollten, damit Ihr Game die Erwartungen Ihrer Spieler erfüllt und gerne gespielt wird. Zugleich liefert es Ihnen jede Menge Inspiration – halten Sie beim Lesen Zettel und Stift bereit, um Ihre neuen Ideen sofort festhalten zu können

Venice

Author: David Sanderson Chambers
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802084248
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This work presents important sources ? many previously unpublished in any language, and almost none previously available in English ? for the history of the city-state of Venice from its zenith to its decline.

A Holocaust Reader

Author: Lucy S. Dawidowicz
Editor: Behrman House, Inc
ISBN: 9780874412369
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A collection of official and private documents traces the growth of and reveals the Jewish response to German anti-Semitism during World War II

A Shared Authority

Author: Michael Frisch
Editor: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791401330
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A collection of 13 previously published essays by Frisch (American studies, SUNY). Among them are general reflections on oral history, collective memory, and American culture and history; detailed studies of specific issues in documentary work; and considerations of public history and programming. Examples used include the unemployed, Chinese students, and the television history of the Vietnam War. No index. Paper edition (unseen), $17.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

A Collection Of Upwards Of Thirty Thousand Names Of German Swiss Dutch French And Other Immigrants In Pennsylvania From 1727 1776

Author: Israel Daniel Rupp
Editor:
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A Handbook Of Research Methods For Clinical And Health Psychology

Author: Jeremy Miles
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780198527565
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A practical guide to carrying out research in health psychology and clinical psychology. For both undergraduate and postgraduate students, the book will be essential in making them aware of the full range of techniques available to them, helping them to design scientifically rigorous experiments.

All The World S A Fair

Author: Robert W. Rydell
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226732404
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Robert W. Rydell contends that America's early world's fairs actually served to legitimate racial exploitation at home and the creation of an empire abroad. He looks in particular to the "ethnological" displays of nonwhites—set up by showmen but endorsed by prominent anthropologists—which lent scientific credibility to popular racial attitudes and helped build public support for domestic and foreign policies. Rydell's lively and thought-provoking study draws on archival records, newspaper and magazine articles, guidebooks, popular novels, and oral histories.

What Is A Case

Author: Charles C. Ragin
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521421881
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The concept of the case is a basic feature of social science research and yet many questions about how a case should be defined, selected, and judged are far from settled. The contributors to this volume probe the nature of the case and the ways in which different understandings of the concept affect the conduct and the results of research. The contributions demonstrate that the work of any given researcher is often characterised by some hybrid of these basic approaches, and it is important to understand that most research involves multiple definitions and uses of cases, as both specific empirical phenomena and as general theoretical categories.

A Festival Of Violence

Author: Stewart Emory Tolnay
Editor: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252064135
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A statistical study of lynching in ten southern states which shows that economic and status concerns were at the heart of that violent practice. This book tests explanations of the causes of lynching, using US Census and historical voting data and a newly constructed inventory of southern lynch victims.

A People Betrayed

Author: Linda Melvern
Editor: Zed Books
ISBN: 9781856498319
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Melvern reveals how the great powers failed to heed the warnings of the coming catastrophe, and refused to recognise it when, in 1994, up to one million people were killed in Rwanda in a deliberate, public and political campaign.