Thursday, November 29, 2007

Apply Group: Serious Games Events Being Assembled For 2008

Serious Games events for the next 12 months

Via: Apply Group

Towards Best Practice: Designing & Developing Serious Games for Learning & Communications - London NOW BOOKING for 31st January.

Event Details

This event addresses what makes a serious game truly effective - including measuring efficacy across a range of business and educational games and across platforms: the 3D web, virtual worlds and handhelds.

Learn from the market leading developers and clients what best design and development practice truly is, setting the bar higher.

Hear from seasoned games developers who have developed educational games, what you need to think about for effective design and how the retail educational games will impact your business.

Take-away a design and project plan that helps you to maximise your return on serious games.

Apply Serious Games 2008 - London Date TBC

ASG is entering its third year!

The conference was conceived and is sponsored by angils (the alliance for new generation interactive leisure and simulations): a networking trade association started in 2003 for organizations involved in services and technologies that are - and will be - important to a range of new and emerging applications across simulations, games, productivity tools and virtual worlds.

Apply Group has worked with angils to realise the conference, bringing together the key stakeholders in Serious Games. ASG is the first major conference of its type where the emphasis is on bringing these experts together to explore the opportunities, efficacy and challenges associated with building and deploying dynamic serious games environments.

Full Programme & Schedule Coming Soon

Key themes

  • Effective immersive environments & virtual worlds

  • Casual games

  • Connected systems

  • Innovation in action with many case studies

  • The global market
There are plenty of case studies, debate and panel discussions from leading experts about to be lined up where you will be able to ask questions directly of the speakers, plus the opportunities for networking over refreshments.
Provisional programme details coming soon and Call for Papers - Now Open