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Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me

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Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me. / Gilleade, Kiel; Dix, Alan; Allanson, Jen.

2005. Paper presented at DiGRA 2005: Changing Views – Worlds in Play., .

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Gilleade, K, Dix, A & Allanson, J 2005, 'Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me', Paper presented at DiGRA 2005: Changing Views – Worlds in Play., 1/01/00. <http://www.gamesconference.org/digra2005/viewabstract.php?id=256>

APA

Gilleade, K., Dix, A., & Allanson, J. (2005). Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me. Paper presented at DiGRA 2005: Changing Views – Worlds in Play., . http://www.gamesconference.org/digra2005/viewabstract.php?id=256

Vancouver

Gilleade K, Dix A, Allanson J. Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me. 2005. Paper presented at DiGRA 2005: Changing Views – Worlds in Play., .

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Gilleade, Kiel ; Dix, Alan ; Allanson, Jen. / Affective Videogames and Modes of Affective Gaming: Assist Me, Challenge Me, Emote Me. Paper presented at DiGRA 2005: Changing Views – Worlds in Play., .

Bibtex

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