Hypermedia Narrative as a Tool for Serious Games
Hypermedia refers to interactive multimedia in a nonlinear medium. It may include video, plain text, audio, graphics, and animation brought together using hyperlinks (links referring to data). A narrative is a story or report connecting events. It may include characters, time (duration and frequency), and a space where characters develop and perform actions. Hypermedia narrative is a tool to develop ideas, documents, and multimedia using digital tools.
A game is an activity with specific rules related to a physical or mental feeling of evasion of reality and enjoyment performed by one or several players who freely participate to solve a challenge. A video game is an interactive computer-based game using a user interface to provide feedback, which includes automatic processes and actions and hidden rules occurring in...
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