Who knew that during my first tutorial back on campus it would consist of me playing board games. Whilst I have played a game of Cluedo and Monopoly here and there, I have never really broadened my horizons past that. BCM300 has got my mind in game mode that’s for sure. So, why are we studying games? To put it simply, games tell us a story. Yes as well as playing the game and using it as a method to spend time with family and friends, games also tell us a stories and enable us to learn how to analyse them and discover why we did or did not enjoy the game. In my blog today, I am going to delve your mind into game mode and share what I have taken from my BCM300 tutorials of playing games.

The first game played consisted of avoiding an assassin and reading…

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