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 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 Wikispeedia 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. Website: http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~rwest/wikispeedia/View full post
In the SentimentQuiz the players choose from a fife grade scale ranging from very negative to neutral to very positive for describing a randomly chosen word regarding its sentiment scores. The more similar the choices of the players are the more points they get. Website: http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=28282268272View full post
Zen Tag is a naming activity game where players can tag images they are provided with by supplying any and as much words and phrases as they want. The purpose of the game is to collect metadata within the archives of any type of institution. This increases the accessibility of the content of archives across …View full post
In FACTory Game, a user is provided with knowledge from the Cyc knowledge base. The gamer then has to decide whether the information is true, false, does not make sense or whether he cannot tell. In order to get points, the game compares the user’s input to the majority input. Website: http://game.cyc.com/game.htmlView full post
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