I was thinking the other day, how I could I make some quick little wins for some eLearning solutions, so I could maybe modulise and integrate into some solutions. I thought of minigames. For those that don’t know, a minigame is a simple game created to provide variety and represent simple activities. From my research many minigames are based on or are variations of classic arcade and classic home console games. Let me clarify, a microgame is a minigame that takes seconds to play. Half of the challenge of microgames is learning how to play them within the short time allotted. Warioware and the likes in Mario Party are compilations of microgames.
I have been a member of various ‘meetups’ for years now, but it was only the last 3 months that I worked up enough courage to actually attend an event again. I had been tooling around on the site one day and found a few groups for people here in Melbourne in the eLearning arena.
At work, I have been asked to create a series of animations for the Health Services to act as a value add for the Courseware I create. Won’t bore you with all the Blooms Taxonomy and all that, that can be another post. Sure, I can do that, as you all know, I used to […]