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-  * [[https://​ieeexplore.ieee.org/​document/​8516439|//Emotion in models meets emotion in design: building true affective games//]], Barbara Giżycka, Grzegorz J. Nalepa+  * [[https://​ieeexplore.ieee.org/​document/​8516439|"Emotion in models meets emotion in design: building true affective games"]], Barbara Giżycka, Grzegorz J. Nalepa
   * Presented at the [[http://​sites.ieee.org/​ieeegem/​|IEEE Games Media Entertainment (GEM 2018) conference]] ​   * Presented at the [[http://​sites.ieee.org/​ieeegem/​|IEEE Games Media Entertainment (GEM 2018) conference]] ​
   * Abstract: A relatively new field of research on affective gaming suggests applying affective computing solutions to develop games that can interact with the player on the emotional level. To bring together selected models of affect and affect-driven frameworks developed to date, we propose an approach based on affective design patterns. We build on the assumption that player’s emotional reactions to in-game events can be evoked by patterns used early in the design phase. We provide description of experiments conducted to test our hypothesis so far, along with some tentative observations,​ and opportunities for further studies.   * Abstract: A relatively new field of research on affective gaming suggests applying affective computing solutions to develop games that can interact with the player on the emotional level. To bring together selected models of affect and affect-driven frameworks developed to date, we propose an approach based on affective design patterns. We build on the assumption that player’s emotional reactions to in-game events can be evoked by patterns used early in the design phase. We provide description of experiments conducted to test our hypothesis so far, along with some tentative observations,​ and opportunities for further studies.
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