Exploring social interaction in co-located multiplayer games

  title={Exploring social interaction in co-located multiplayer games},
  author={Dennis L. Kappen and John Gregory and Daniel Stepchenko and Rina R. Wehbe and L. Nacke},
  journal={CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
Games have always been a social activity. Playing digital games affords spending time with people; helps build personal connections between individuals and helps to redefine the personality of the player while in play. Games also enable to build the concept of togetherness as a means to foster and enhance the concept of social connectedness, mutual dependencies, collaboration, community living and social interaction. We present a work in progress digital game installation to create multi-level… Expand

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