The Beginner’s Guide… (Using weird video games as inspiration for E-Learning)

So this week I want to take a look at a rather unusual game that has just been released, The Beginner’s Guide. This is an experience that we don’t often see in the world of video games. I’m going to leave an entire review of the game in the block quote below, I’m doing this because I feel there is a lot of value and creative inspiration that can be taken from reading more about the game. The review is provided by Eurogamer.net.

Once we’ve had a look through and you’ve got your head around the concept we’ll move on to look at how we can take something this abstract and creative and apply it to E-Learning.

The Beginner’s Guide, dials down the humour, nixes the satire, and cranks the meta narrative up to 11 in one of gaming’s most overtly autobiographical commercial projects.

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