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Gamification . Serious Game . Fun experience
Many university studies have proven the effectiveness of gaming as a tool for education and communication. That's how serious game appeared. However, it often faces a balance issue: either it is too serious, or too game.
If it is too serious, the positive effect of gaming as a freely consented playful activity is lost, so commitment is lower. If it is too much game, your messages will pass on in a less relevant way, and your ROI will be lower.
What about gamification? It is the use of the game codes to reinforce a serious experience. Think of the badges, scores and so on that are increasingly reinforcing our daily applications. The goal is to get people back into the program more often, and to have a better initial hook.
That's why at Hellion Cat we talk about smart games. The smart game is the right balance between the serious and the game side. For us, the game must be a complement, perfectly integrated among the other supports. Thanks to this mindset, we offer you an optimal ROI for your project.
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The different forms of serious game
Serious game is an extremely practical tool spreading more and more in the professional world. If its usefulness starts to be understood and accepted by human resources managers and bosses, it can sometimes be difficult to fully understand what forms they can take.