SemanticGames.org is a website for collecting information on games that use semantic technologies or try to contribute in the area of semantic content creation. The web site should serve as comprehensive overview of the currently available semantic games in terms of what these games focus on as semantic games address a specific purpose.
In TheWikiGame the gamer is provided with two Wikipedia articles (or he can choose two articles on his own). The goal is to find a path from one article to the other by clicking on the links within the articles along the path. To make it more exciting there is only little time for the …View full post
In Categorilla/Categodzilla, a pair of players is rewarded if they supply matching words and phrases, fitting a certain provided category under the requirement of supplying only words and phrases that start with a specific initial letter. As the requirement of considering only words and phrases that start with a certain letter can be a rather …View full post
In OntoPronto two players try to map randomly chosen Wikipedia articles to the most specific class of the Proton ontology. Therefore both players are provided with the first paragraph of an article. If they agree on a Proton class for this article they get points and can proceed with the next specific level. Website: http://ontogame.sti2.at/games/View full post
In SeaFish two users try to sort images depending on whether they match or not a certain, randomly chosen image under consideration. In case of a match, the player will be rewarded. If all images are sorted, the next round starts with a new image under consideration. Website: http://ontogame.sti2.at/games/View full post
In TubeLink, a video is shown to the player in a crystal ball surrounded by tags that might fit the video. The player has to drag the tags to matching scenes in the video in order to fill the ball with energy in case that the predictions are accurate. In case there are enough matches …View full post
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