Storytelling games with art collections: Generic game-play design and preliminary evaluation through game testing sessions

Abstract

In this paper we present a generic storytelling game, leveraging collections of artworks. We present the results of a user study that contains a series of game-testing sessions, accompanied by semi-structured group interviews and individual questionnaires. The game-testing sessions took place in several different physical environments, ranging from large exhibition areas in a high-profile cultural center, to informal casual settings. The results suggest that the proposed game may be directly applied in fine art exhibitions, providing engaging game experiences both on-site and remotely.

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@article{Vayanou2017StorytellingGW, title={Storytelling games with art collections: Generic game-play design and preliminary evaluation through game testing sessions}, author={Maria Vayanou and Yannis E. Ioannidis}, journal={2017 9th International Conference on Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications (VS-Games)}, year={2017}, pages={264-271} }