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A video of the Code 4 player experience

It’s not always easy com­mu­ni­cat­ing what the games we make feel like. Many of them take place as much off the screen as on, or employ no major visu­al media what­so­ev­er. So there are no screen­shots to post that would give you an impres­sion of the play­er expe­ri­ence. This cer­tain­ly applies to Code 4, the […]

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A roundup of Code 4 publicity

We’ve been talk­ing about Code 4 at var­i­ous venues the past few months. So I thought I should col­lect the results from those events here, in case you’ve missed them the first time around. Code 4 is the large-scale game for orga­ni­za­tion­al game we made for the Dutch Tax Admin­is­tra­tion in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Demo­vides and […]

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Speaking about Code 4 at Think Design Play, the DiGRA conference

This year the DiGRA con­fer­ence will take place 14–17 sep­tem­ber in Hil­ver­sum, the Nether­lands. My alma mater, the Utrecht School of the Arts, is host­ing. We couldn’t resist sub­mit­ting a prac­tice paper on Code 4, the game we made for the Dutch Tax Admin­is­tra­tion.1 It got accept­ed, so I’m speak­ing. The pro­gram is packed with […]

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Talking about Code 4 at Chi Sparks

Our long­time col­lab­o­ra­tor Alper Çuğun will be at Chi Nederland’s bi-annu­al con­fer­ence to talk about Code 4 (for­mer­ly referred to as Maguro). Code 4 is a per­va­sive game we cre­at­ed for the Dutch Tax Admin­is­tra­tion with the aim of ignit­ing orga­ni­za­tion­al change. Chi Sparks is a con­fer­ence that focuss­es on “the very impor­tant con­tri­bu­tions that […]

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