Showing 4 ideas for tag "simulation"

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Energy Crisis - Civ style exploration on powering our future...

I'm really keen to make a large, open content, strategy title that explores the core issue of power, it's use and generation and the consequences of these. Games are the idea medium for this because they allow the player to take long and short term decisions and see how they play out. So do you invest in nuclear and risk an accident, in coal and create more CO2? One costs more up front the other less now but has knock-on... more »


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Educational Live Action Role Playing can change the world

My 501c3 non-profit company, Seekers Unlimited, makes custom-designed interactive, immersive analog games that are adaptive to any learning situation or environment, whether they have computers or not.

I have been involved with larps, or Live Action Role Playing, for nearly 30 years. Although most people think of larp as a hobby where you play-pretend medieval warriors with foam swords, it is so much more than that.... more »


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Balance of the Planet

Two years ago I designed and developed this environmental - economics - energy simulation game. I tried to get funding to make it available on the web for free. No dice. So now the Mac version of the game sits here:

for anybody to take. I'd much prefer to get the web version up and running and have it go somewhere where it can have some exposure. It's written in Java... more »


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Virtual Dissection & Biology Labs

Froguts Inc ( is a leading provider of biology and science simulations for K-12 & Higher Education. Our computer simulations of dissections and labs for K-12 and higher education engage students with immersive and interactive 3-D simulations of anatomy and physiology. We believe integrating virtual labs into schools and home use significantly enhances content retention. We are working to ensure more schools... more »


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