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Playing (with) Educational Games — Integrated Game Design and Second Order Gaming

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This text gives a short overview on playing as an integrated activity of toying, game creation and game play, with liberating, reconstructive, reflective and innovative aspects.

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Tan, WH. (2010). Playing (with) Educational Games — Integrated Game Design and Second Order Gaming. In: Sonvilla-Weiss, S. (eds) Mashup Cultures. Springer, Vienna. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-0096-7_14

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