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Thursday, August 18 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Well-Played Narrative Adaptivity: Consequentiality and Story Pathways in Dreamfall Chapters

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Dreamfall Chapters, a new episodic RPG from Red Thread Games, innovates on its legacy action-adventure genre by developing choice-customized narrative. In addition to the role-playing immersion offered by user-adaptive narrative, the game enriches story through multi-dimensional characters, strong dialogue and voice acting, and story-aligned mechanics. Although imperfect, the single-player Chapters breaks ground in the frontier of branching, user-adaptive story progression—while holding a steady, deep tone in character development and dialogue that remains true to its classic RPG roots.

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Elizabeth Owen

Director, Learning & Data Science, Age of Learning
Elizabeth Owen holds a PhD in Digital Media (School of Education) from UW-Madison, focused on game-based learning analytics. Currently the Director of Learning and Data Science at Age of Learning, she's committed to optimizing adaptive learning systems through applied machine learning. Previously a researcher and data scientist with GlassLab Games (EA campus), LRNG, and Metacog, her doctoral work is rooted at the Games+Learning+Society Center... Read More →


Thursday August 18, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Marquee Union South

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