THE MONKEY TALES STORY. 1. GAME DEVELOPMENT “ T he development must be cost-effective to be able to compete with non-educational games” . 2 . GAME DESIGN “Iterative & multi-stakeholder design processes yield more successful outcomes” . 3. EFFECTIVENESS
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“The development must be cost-effective to be able to compete with non-educational games”
“Iterative & multi-stakeholder design processes yield more successful outcomes”
“The most effective educational game is one that balances challenge to both learning & gaming skills”
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