Fun and Games 2010 (ACM level)

posted Dec 10, 2009, 9:28 PM by Yonggeun Kim

Deadline for short & full paper: March 19th, 2010. Notification date: April 26th, 2010.

The main proceedings will published by ACM, and can be consulted through the ACM Digital Library.
All submissions should follow the ACM guidelines. Download the Word template (.doc - 85 KB) or follow the conference submission system → . Authors must indicate the specific category for their submission.

 

Categories

Fun and Games 2010 provides three different categories, namely
"Theory and Methods", "Game Design and Case Studies" and "Systems, Software and Enabling Technologies".

Theory and Methods

This category focuses on the development of theories, frameworks, models and methods to further our understanding of the game experiences. Formal studies and/or theoritical analyses of specific evaluation methods of interactive experiences and 'fun' are also welcomed in this category.

Game Design and Case Studies

This category focuses on the elaboration of game design and welcomes case
studies of developed and employed games for improvement of the player
experience, and/or serious games such as games for learning, games for
health, etc. Evaluations or user studies of specific implementations or game designs are also welcomed in this category.

Systems, Software and Enabling Technologies

This category focuses on innovative systems and technologies (e.g.,
prototypes, software, protocols, data formats, althorithms and
standards) that facilitate enhanced game experiences. Topics include
systems, frameworks, and technologies for interactive game environments,
multimodal interaction, embodied and tangible interaction,
personalization, and so on.


Full Papers

Deadline: March 19th, 2010. Notification date: April 26th, 2010.

Full paper submissions should follow the ACM guidelines. Download Word template (.doc - 85 KB) or follow the conference submission system → . Authors must indicate the specific category for their submission.

 

Full papers should present mature and complete work, offering a large and significant contribution to research on computer games development, experience design and fun.

  • Full papers should be between 8 and 10 pages long (including figures and references).
  • Full papers must be submitted in PDF format and anonymised - please remove names and affiliations from the first page and any other material that would allow authorship to be easily identified by the reviewers.
  • When submitting your full paper, you will have to choose one of the three categories to submit your work to: "Theory and Methods", " Game Design and Case Studies" and "Systems, Software and Enabling Technologies" in order to ensure an optimal review process.

After acceptance, a final, revised camera ready version of the paper will be required in electronic form for publication in the proceedings.

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Short Papers

Deadline: March 19th, 2010. Notification date: April 26th, 2010.

Short paper submissions should follow the ACM guidelines. Download Word template (.doc - 85 KB) or follow the conference submission system → . Authors must indicate the specific category for their submission.

 

Short papers should also present mature work, offering a smaller but still significant contribution to user experience, game design and development, and related research, and is not intended for presenting preliminary results or work in progress (see posters).

  • Short papers should be maximum 5 pages (including figures and references).
  • Short papers must be submitted in PDF format and anonymised - please remove names and affiliations from the first page and any other material that would allow authorship to be easily identified by the reviewers.
  • When submitting your short paper, you will have to choose one of the three categories to submit your work to: "Theory and Methods", " Game Design and Case Studies" and "Systems, Software and Enabling Technologies", in order to ensure an optimal review process.
After acceptance, a final, revised camera ready version of the paper
will be required in electronic form for publication in the proceedings.
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