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Newman, J 'The Game Inspector: a case study in gameplay preservation. ISSN X. This paper presents the development of the Game Inspector at the National Videogame Arcade United Kingdom and the implementation of this device through a case study of Super Mario Bros. This development has been influenced by research and ongoing debates about the preservation of the playable experience.
Considering the accessibility issues emerging from the difficulty and complexity of video games, I explain the benefits of annotated audiovisual documentation in the context of museum exhibitions. Alongside myriad consoles, computers and Coin-Op cabinets, objects and artefacts specifically collected and donated by members of the public and industry veterans alike, a new category of interpretative exhibit was unveiled: The Game Inspector.
All of this discovery and investigation is achieved without actually playing the games themselves. Instead, the Game Inspectors make use of annotated maps of specific levels overlaid with contextual information and numerous video captures that demonstrate and unpack different gameplay techniques, de elements, and glitches.
The Game Inspector: a case study in gameplay preservation. The article is available to read online from the URL above. School of Creative Industries.Inspector j game
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The Game Inspector: a case study in gameplay preservation