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Project KUMA – a learning and recruitment game for KLM Care Team volunteers

During the second half of 2014 and the first half of 2015 we worked on a project codenamed KUMA. We helped KLM Business Campus understand and explore the potential of game-based learning for the purposes of recruiting and training KLM Care Team volunteers. Care Team supports victims and their next of kin in the case […]

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Three Perspectives on Serious Games

At the end of last year I was invited to give a talk at Creative Mornings Utrecht on the theme “education”. I figured it would be a nice opportunity to share the things I’ve learned over the past 5+ years of practicing applied game design. I tried to connect a wide range of sources with […]

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Week 268

After a false start on Monday due to a lingering head cold I was back in action on Tuesday. We made good progress this week on KUMA (our project with KLM on game-based learning) and on Bycatch (our card game about drones surveillance and remote warfare). Let’s start with KUMA. We processed the outcomes of […]

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Week 264

The delayed arrival of these notes should tell you something about what kind of week last week was: busy. For me, it was all about delivering and running Camparc. We’ll write more about it soon and are also sifting through our copious photos and videos. For now, suffice to say we had a more or […]

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