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6 Things that Therapy Games can learn from Facebook Games

While I have posted several in-depth analyses of Facebook games during the last half year, an actual conclusion was still missing. Even though I abandoned my master’s thesis for now, I’d like to add a conclusion to the work already done. Therefore, I present to you after the jump: Things that therapy games can learn from Facebook games.


Magic Castle Game Concept

Concepts done for the Zurich University of Arts ZHdK. This serious game aimed at children uses Lokomat, a driven gait orthosis, as its primary input device. With a secondary input device for the upper extremities, the player is able interact with the objects of the game. The game should increase motivation for children during their physical therapy on Lokomat.