I think it does! To announce a newly to be developed course, I wrote: ... serious games
are more and more considered to be an effective means to bring about awareness, acquire skills, change behavior, and influence social patterns.
With elementary game development technology
, we will explore the potential of serious games in a social context
, using casual game mechanics
, and what recently has been identified as the dynamics of gamification ...
So, both as a relatively new element of new media, as well as a topic for students, serious games seem to relevant,
and interesting, also from a more technical perspective, that is allowing for real game development(s). And therefore, I accordingly updated the interpretation of the abbreviation: CTSG, which now allows for a wider interpreation of the S ...
, previously representing only superpowers, but now more seriously
, also social, and why not smart!