Saturday, April 7

Genre: Mini game

I think we are going to be using these more for formal learning programs, so I thought I would share a quick overview and, better, some examples:

Mini games: small, easy-to-access games built to be simple and addictive. Mini games are "one-note" in terms of gameplay, often focusing on mastering an action, sometimes with a desired message as a backdrop.

Mini-games are typically for:

Mini games can sometimes provide an awareness of some more complicated issue, such as fit.

Mini games are often created in Adobe Flash, sometimes in less than three weeks.

3 comments:

evden eve nakliyat said...

very very nice informations.thank you very much...

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Minime said...

Mini games ain't mini any more, if we talking about size. Since komputer gaming specs are increasing like game in this site: http://activereader.org/category/mini-games/, it requre at least 1 gigs of processor and 256mb of ram. So mini or not is relative.