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Mobile Camera Gaming: Using Camera Enabled Mobile Phones for Photo Playing

@inproceedings{Kuikkaniemi2009MobileCG,
  title={Mobile Camera Gaming: Using Camera Enabled Mobile Phones for Photo Playing},
  author={Kai Kuikkaniemi and Lassi Sepp{\"a}l{\"a}},
  booktitle={GI Jahrestagung},
  year={2009}
}
As the mobile phone’s camera is becoming the most widely available consumer tool for media creation it also opens new possibilities for casual and social form of mobile gaming. This paper presents a concept of using photos in a guess-the-word type of games, describing the design and development process of one such a game line, and how the game concept and design evolved during the process. The games are intended as proof of concept for using mobile photos in games. 
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