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The Number One Educational Resource for the Game Industry

Session Name: Little Hands, Foul Moods, and Runny Noses 2.0: The Research You Should Know When Making Games for Kids
Speaker(s): Carla Engelbrecht Fisher
Company Name(s): Columbia University
Track / Format: Global Game Development
Overview: When developing games for children, especially preschool and elementary aged children, game designers often work in a vacuum. Far removed from the experiences of childhood, they might create games that they believe are interesting for children, but never have the opportunity to interview or watch children play the games.

GDC China 2009

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher

Columbia University

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Global Game Development