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Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG)
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The Journal of Games, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) is a double blind peer-reviewed interdicipinary journal that publishes original papers on all branches of the academic areas and communities.
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Using Board Games as Anti-Corruption and Integrity Learning Media Justiana, Sandri; Priyono, Roto; Nugroho, Eko
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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One of the corruption eradication mandates assigned to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is to carry out anti-corruption education at each level of education, carry out anti-corruption public campaigns, and promote corruption eradication programmes (Law No 30/2001 on the Corruption Eradication Commission). To make anti-corruption education more effective, alternative media need to be developed that are more interesting and fun but do not detract from the essence and objectives of the learning itself. The KPK developed eight more anti-corruption and integrity board games for a wider audience, including young children, young people, students, educators, business people, and politicians. Board games are an interactive anti-corruption learning media that offer a unique way of looking at something, promote open communication, and challenge the players to work together to achieve results. Board games can be used an alternative learning media to instil anti- corruption values from a young age, and as a media for public anti-corruption promotion and campaign 
Character Design for Educational Games “Caring for The Urban Forest in Jakarta” Riyadi, Tunjung
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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The existence of the urban forest in Jakarta become a valuable asset for its residents. Unfortunately, the urban forest less aware of its existence. This unconsciousness due to lack of information about the existence of the urban forest itself. The design aims to create unique and attractive character, which helps inform the existence of the urban forest in Jakarta, through educational games. The design method through the stages of observation in the form of visual data search, analysis elaboration mapping problem, then visually determining the essential character as the main idea. The result is a character design with the function as the "spokes person" that allows users to know the existence of the urban forest in Jakarta 
Character Development Creativity in Unit Blocks for Visual Spatial Intellegence Improvement of Children with Special Needs Tobroni, Muhammad Imam
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is present from birth or early childhood. People with autism usually have impaired social interaction, difficulties in verbal and non- verbal communication, and repetitive behaviour. One of the forms of autism treatment is therapy. Vision therapy through toys that require concentration and creativity is able to treat autism as it won’t limit the imagination of children with the disorder. Toys usually have their own patterns and programs that tend to limit children’s creativity, imagination and visual and spatial intelligence. This can lead to children’s stress and lack of confidence. A character design on unit block toys is a form of vision therapy. It develops children’s visual and spatial creativity and intelligence. It also helps children to be independent and helps with their perception. Unit blocks consist of pieces of wooden blocks with different shapes and sizes that can form even bigger shapes, based on children’s imagination and ability to design a space or a building. Children’s visual and spatial intelligence help them visualize and notice shapes, colours, spaces, and designs of the unit blocks accurately, modify their surroundings based upon their perceptions, and recreate the aspects of their visual experiences. Playing Lego blocks will help develop the visual spatial intelligence of children with autism as it stimulates their ability to express ideas and to design a character the way they like. 
Paruman The Khemion Master: Learning Chemistry Periodic table with Trading Card game Mahardhika, Satrya; Santoso, Frans; Alfath, Nashiruddin
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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The purpose of this research is to learn about how IP character can help students remembering their lesson. In this case we apply the research to a subject that majority students having difficulty to learn, it is chemistry. Some students say that chemistry is the hardest subject for them. Some say that the hardest part is to remember codes and elements on chemistry. Even they said it is the most boring subject, and usually they get a bad mark for it. Based on our survey, we find out that most of students having difficulties to study the subject using traditional method. They prefer to learn using graphics, because it is easier to remember the codes. For this case, we create a set of play card that can help students remembering the chemicals codes. Each card has a unique IP Character that resembles chemical element. Writers also add an element, which could make the chemistry lesson easier to understand, that is game. A game rule will be applied on the card game, and it will help student learned chemistry. And to make it more attractive and fun, we also try to put some technology to the game. Using a technology called Augment Reality, we try to engage students more. 
How gaming, artificial intelligence and big data is changing education Janine, Teo Peihan
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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With 263 million children and youth out of school, there is a need for a highly scalable way to provide quality education to the underprivileged. Solve Education!(SE!)’s solution is combining an addictive game with the “Learning-by-Doing” Principle. Leveraging artificial intelligence and big data analysis, SE! explores the possibility of combining multi-user online strategy games with casual puzzle games to increase user retention rates, and in the process educating the users effectively over a longer period of time. Game mechanics are used to increase user retention by boosting motivation, while big data analysis allows SE! to understand the users’ in-game behavior and how they learn best. Artificial intelligence helps to deliver the right content to the user at the right time, optimizing the learning process, and enabling in-game adaption to the users’ learning needs 
Social Value in Mobile Game Sriherlambang, Budi; Suhardjono, Liliek Adelina
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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As technology improves, more and more aspects of games move closer to the human life and activities, including the way people interact and socialize with each other within their community. Pokemon Go is one of those games that utilize the social aspect of its players. This paper aims to maintain that in the process of playing Pokemon Go, the player greatly involve in a social engaging experience, and it is all possible with the help from the visual aid from the visual communication design. 
Girls and Assassin’s Creed Bailey, Veronique
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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Assassins Creed is one of the top selling video game franchises], as such it has a marked impact on the worldwide culture of gaming. As interaction designers we have to evaluate the impact that video games have on their users. One way that we can do that is by taking a more feminist approach; feminism naturally goes hand in hand with interaction design as it refers to fulfillment, identity, equity, empowerment and social justice. In this paper I evaluate the user satisfaction of female users as they play Assassin’s Creed (An Action Adventure game) in terms of evaluating their levels of fulfillment, identity, equity and empowerment. 
Character Design in Games Analysis of Character Design Theory Kuntjara, Hagung; Almanfaluthi, Betha
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: International Conference of Games, Game Art and Gamification (IC
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A character plays an important role in game sales on an application store. The first thing people notice when choosing a certain genre of a game on the application store is the character. Character appears in a game visual icon, alongside the name of the game and some stars representing the rating and the number of download. By looking at the game character, people will be able to tell the game genre and type, also the targeted users. Advanced technology might allow a game to develop better but analyzing the game character from its art and design aspect is also needed for it to be successful in the market. This paper will explain character design development and its art and design aspect using constructive method. The analysis can be used for better understanding on how games designers work and come up with the right idea of a game’s characters based on the game’s general idea. 

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