Social Gaming – Jargon for today
August 3, 2010
— digital jargon, digital planning, social gaming, social media
Officially: Social games are a structured activity that has contextual rules through which users can engage with one another. To state the obvious, Social games must be multi-player and have one or more of the following features: people take turns to play, are based on social platforms so you can share your progress easily, invite participants and provide users with an identity, and/or are casual.
Unofficially: A social Bermuda Triangle of time and a reason to connect when you don’t have anything but lost socks to comment about
Wikily: Wiki on Social Gaming
|Social Games: A Bermuda Triangle for Time|