Les jeux sérieux sensibilisent aussi à l'environnement. Détails Publié le jeudi 24 mai 2012 22:44 L'information est loin d'être récente mais tout le monde ne le sait pas forcément.
Rockstar Games, l'éditeur de la série GTA (Grand Theft Auto) qui a le succès qu'on lui connaît sur les consoles récentes, a mis à disposition en téléchargement gratuit le jeu GTA 2. L'occasion de rejouer à un classique du jeux vidéo. C'est de là qu'à débuter le phénomène GTA que l'on connaît aujourd'hui. Pour télécharger le jeu gratuitement, vous devez vous rendre à cette adresse : puis d'y entrer votre adresse e-mail et votre âge. GTA 2 en quelques mots pour les non connaisseurs c'est un jeu vu du dessus dans lequel vous incarnez un voyou dans une ville. The Fun Theory. Le Crédit Agricole présente Kompany: le 1er jeu sur Facebook de création d'entreprise. Artisans du Changement. Admin - SOS-21 - Serious game pour le développement durable.
Admin - Le Gros Buffet des Fêtes – Sympatico.ca. Admin - Value Your Friends - Flash Player Installation. Tutorial: Cel Shading in Maya with Christophe Desse. The "serious Games" Community Clash - MeYou Health. Community Clash was born out of a White House-led challenge called the Community Health Data Initiative (CHDI).
CHDI was a collaboration that encouraged innovators to use community health data to create applications that raise awareness around how communities are performing in the realm of health and inspire actions to help improve health. MeYou Health was asked to participate by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and our solution was to develop a health data game – one that was free of dense statistics and made it easy to explore the health metrics that characterize communities. We began by integrating multiple sources of data – the Healthways Well-Being Assessment (WBA), the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index (WBI), traditional community metrics promoted by the CHDI, and Twitter conversations about health.
From there, we created a card game that allowed users to compare health metrics for different cities. Simple Energy. Sustain. Clim Way. SPENT. Play Campaign Game: General Election. Daesign - serious game, e-learning, pédagogie interactive, jeux sérieux. Jeux sérieux / Serious games. Serious Games. The Homeland Guantanamos website offers an embedded Flash game designed to highlight the plight of immigrant detainees in U.S. custody.
Users will take on the role of a journalist posing undercover as an Immigrant Detention Center Guard in order to solve the death of 52-year old Guinea immigrant Boubacar Bah. A friendly detainee inside will aid the investigation as you tour the facility in search of clues. The game is based on true events—Bah was a real detainee at the Elizabeth Detention Center in New Jersey (which the game models the detainee center after) and died in custody on May 30, 2007. A video report from the New York Times on Bah’s death claims that following a fall, believed to have taken place in a bathroom, he was found unconscious.
Bah later briefly regained consciousness and was taken to a medical center, where he became agitated. The game was developed by Free Range Studios for the human rights organization Breakthrough. Via ArtThreat.net. Apprenez en vous amusant. Nonprofits Could Benefit from Facebook Changes. September 23, 2011; Source: Chronicle of Philanthropy | Sometimes change can be unsettling, but it sounds like Facebook’s plans to make some dramatic platform changes could serve as an advantage for those in the nonprofit sector.
Facebook announced this week that the way the newsfeed and postings are organized will soon undergo transformation. Instead of presenting a chronological order of updates from friends and “liked” pages, Facebook will soon integrate a system based on algorithms. This will involve grouping similar posts into “reports” while putting less important items in a separate feed. This is all good news for nonprofits, because it will allow them to stand out more.
Facebook is also integrating applications like Causes, which is a fundraising tool many nonprofits use. Online sustainable development games « A recent posting on the socialissuegames list highlighted a number of online games now available focusing on issues of sustainable development.
Most are aimed at youth and young adults, and almost fall into the category of what might be termed “advocacy” or “consciousness raising” games rather than educational simulations—that is, they present a view that highlights key normative, social, and economic issues, but don’t necessarily involve a very detailed or realistic view of how particular economic or policy processes operate. nevertheless, many are quite useful in highlighting what these sorts of serious games can do, and several are quite enjoyable too.
I haven’t played through all of them yet, but here is a quick sampler: Third World Farmer 3rd World Farmer is a new kind of game.