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Towards a Domain Specific Modelling Language for Serious Game Design

  title={Towards a Domain Specific Modelling Language for Serious Game Design},
  author={S. Tang and M. Hanneghan},
  • S. Tang, M. Hanneghan
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Computer games are fun to play but the design and engineering tasks involved behind the scenes can be daunting to many. Model-Driven Engineering offers an approach to simplify the technical complexity of computer games development and tools that support model-driven development can help to reduce the barriers towards the adoption of games-based learning. This paper describes the process to define a Domain Specific Modelling Language (DSML) for serious game design modelling. Existing software… CONTINUE READING
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