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Career: Backend developer

April 18, 2021

Interested in working on web platforms with millions of users? We are looking for a backend developer to join our top team with an extensive track record of collaboration with hi-profile international clients. Qualifications: Skill level: Senior Experience with Node.js Experience with AWS Experience with DynamoDB/NoSQL Experience with modern DevOps practices and tools Proficiency in […]

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Slovenian Games Conference 2015

September 18, 2015

We will be giving a talk about adventure game development at SGC 2015. SGC organizers expect around 300 international attendants from the region. When: Saturday, 26 September 2015 Where: FRI Ljubljana Tickets: Free, but register on Eventbrite (seating is limited) Official website: We will also have an iPad or two around showing a demo of Elroy and […]

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DICE Summit 2012

March 13, 2012

The first three months of the year are always packed with excitement for games industry people, with CES in January, DICE in February and GDC in March. While I personally love GDC and all the events surrounding it, we chose to check out the D.I.C.E. Summit in Las Vegas instead this year.

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Gamified Office – Update

January 11, 2012

Here is an overview of the current state of the platform and some of our future plans. For more background on games and office work, you can check out our post on gamification and motivational design.

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Gartner Hype Cycle for 2012

November 29, 2011

Every year, the research firm Gartner publishes a report of emerging technologies and the stages of their impact in the marketplace. The Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report has become a constant source of inspiration for all kinds of technical and business professionals, from IT managers, marketers, directors to entrepreneurs.

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Games and Office Work

September 13, 2011

Gamification, serious games, motivational design – these are some of the terms used when we apply lessons from game design to drive engagement in non-traditional contexts such as office work, health care or education.

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The Two Aspects of Gamification

August 8, 2011

Games are all about fun. We play them because we are competitive by nature and we feel challenged through them, because we can risk it all in games and lose nothing in the real world, because games are a welcome break from our daily routine and, most importantly, because we get a feeling of accomplishment when we make progress in a game.

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Serious Games and Gamification

March 4, 2011

Games are an important part of our lives – online games take up as much as 3 billion hours of our collective time every week. Playing games, we experience something everyday life is often lacking – clearly defined goals, endless motivation and a constant source of challenges. Over the last couple of years, game designers around the world have tried and often succeeded in applying principles from games in fields such as health care, education, science, productivity and even crowd-sourcing.

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