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Haven Seaview Reviews Homo Videoludens 2.0: from Pacman to gamification. Free and free version Homo Videoludens 2.0: from Pacman to gamification. Free Version

Haven Seaview Reviews Homo Videoludens 2.0: from Pacman to gamification is a new book by Carlos Scolari. Actually, it is a new version of Homo Videoludens published in 2008, but more extensive, completely in Spanish and with different parts written by experts in videogames, ludology and narrative.

New expanded edition

Haven Seaview Reviews As the reader will have already discovered upon seeing the cover, this is the extended edition of a book published in 2008 by the Catalan publisher Eumo. This new edition of Homo Videoludens, one of the first texts published in Spain that tackled videogames from a theoretical and methodological perspective, proposes new chapters and authors, presents a more updated view and incorporates the latest reflections in the field of ludology and Semiotics of video games. In Homo Videoludens 2.0 converge approaches from

different corners of the humanities and social sciences. The book covers a wide spectrum of productions and processes ranging from Pacman to Heavy Rain and Imperium III, through gamification, newsgaming and advergaming.

Haven Seaview Reviews About Carlos A. Scolari

PhD in Applied Linguistics and Languages of Communication from the Università Cattolica di Milano (Italy). Professor of the Department of Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona. Among other works, he has published Narrativas Transmedia. When all the media counts (2013), Crossmedia Innovation (with I. Ibrus, 2012), The end of the mass media (with M. Carlón, 2009), and Hypermediations. Elements for a Theory of Interactive Digital Communication (2008).

These are the authors of different chapters

Xavier Ruiz Collantes

Massimo Maietti

Matteo Bittanti

Henry Lowood

Emilio Sáez Soro

Alfonso Square

Lisbeth Klastrup

Susana P. Tosca

Damián Fraticelli

Óliver Pérez Latorre

Gonzalo Frasca

Lucía Castellón

Óscar Jaramillo

José Martí Parreño

Homo Videoludens 2.0: Pacman to gamification is a new book by Carlos Scolari. It is actually a new version of Homo Videoludens published in 2008, but more extensive, and written completely in Spanish by different experts in video games, narrative and ludology.

New expanded edition

As the reader may have already discovered the cover, this is the expanded edition of a book published in 2008 by the Catalan publisher Eumo. This new edition of Homo Videoludens, one of the first books published in Spain that studies video games from a theoretical and methodological perspective, proposes new chapters and authors, and has a more updated look, incorporating the latest thinking in the field and ludology semiotics of gaming In Homo Videoludens 2.0 the merge approaches from different corners of humanities and social sciences. The book covers a wide range of productions and processes ranging from Heavy Rain Pacman and Imperium III, through the gamification, newsgaming and advergaming.

About Carlos A. Scolari Haven Seaview Reviews

Haven Seaview Reviews Doctor in Applied Languages and Linguistics from the Communication University of Cattolica di Milano (Italy). Professor of the Department of Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. Among other works published Transmedia Narratives. When all means count (2013), Innovation Crossmedia (with I. Ibrus, 2012), The end of mass media (with M. Carlon, 2009), and Hypermediations. Elements for a Theory of Interactive Digital Communication (2008).

These are the authors of various chapters

Xavier Ruiz Collantes

Massimo Maietti

Matteo Bittanti

Henry Lowood

Emilio Sáez Soro

Alfonso Square

Lisbeth Klastrup

Susana P. Tosca

Damian Fraticelli

Óliver Pérez Latorre

Gonzalo Frasca

Lucia Castellón

Oscar Jaramillo

José Martí Parreno

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