This post serves as a review of my experience creating a board game for the first time as a required component for completion of the Digital Media major at The University of Wollongong.
My first experience creating a board game was a remarkably intense experience. I have never been a huge fan of board games, and as a result, I immediately felt out of my depth when attempting this task. I decided to use my maiden attempt at game design to modify the classic board game Risk. The primary reason for doing so is that Risk is one game that I have always thoroughly enjoyed playing.
The concept of game-modification can be described as being a process of making modifications, or “mods” to an existing game text. (Postigo, 2007) The process of modding can range from changing the physics of a virtual game experience to changing the in-game characteristics…
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