Ubiquitous Gaming Culture

09 : 03 : 2011 Gaming : UGC : Gamification

Buying shoes? There’s a game for that. Visiting a gallery? There’s a game for that. Want to lose weight, stop smoking, learn to speak a foreign language? Yes, there are games for all those too. But these are more than simply games. These are the first throws of the dice in a movement that we call Ubiquitous Gaming Culture.

Ubiquitous Gaming Culture

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