Hybrid Reality Games Reframed

@article{deSouzaeSilva2006HybridRG,
  title={Hybrid Reality Games Reframed},
  author={Adriana de Souza e Silva and Girlie Delacruz},
  journal={Games and Culture},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={231 - 251}
}
Hybrid reality games (HRGs) employ mobile technologies and GPS devices as tools for transforming physical spaces into interactive game boards. Rather than situating participants in simulated environments, which mimic the physical world, HRGs make use of physical world immersion by merging physical and digital spaces. Online multiuser environments already connect users who do not share contiguous spaces. With mobile devices, players may additionally incorporate interactions with the surrounding… 
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