Hey dude, you forgot to include the data folder. Game can't be run.
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Brett Young – Serious games for health (Exergaming Australia) –email@example.com
Stuart Ferguson – Behavioural Psychologist (Spec. changing behaviours) – Stuart.firstname.lastname@example.org
Nadia Ollington – Specialises in Autism and early education –email@example.com
Janet Freestun – Clinical Psychologist –firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Gee – Pharmacist – email@example.com
Amanda Lo - GP
Jan Radford - GP
Andrew Williams - Exercise physiologist
Anne Todd - Pharmacist
You'll need to submit a decent amount of documentation with your game. This is very important, as a full 50% of the score you will get will be based on the IDEA of your game, and how it relates to a health outcome, rather than the execution. Please allow at least a few hours to put together a good submission document.
Any questions, just ask an organiser.Cheers,
I'm Ivan. I lead a team of game developers within the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania. We make serious games, notably simulators to train healthcare professionals, as well as games designed to help people achieve better health outcomes.