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 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
GuessWhat?! focuses on creating ontologies by presenting users with concept fragments from Linked Open Data in order to have the users guessing a described concept. In addition each user can judge on the concept choice of an opponent in order to reach consensus on the final concept to use. Starting point is a seed concept …View full post
RapportGame tries to build a semantic network encoding common knowledge. Therefore users ask other users questions related to interesting topics. The other users’ answers are then evaluated by majority and taken as basis for constructing the network. Website: http://apps.facebook.com/conceptnet/View full post
In Phetch one player out of 3-5 is chosen as describer. He describes an image and the other players, the seekers, have to find it on the web with the help of the describer’s description. The first seeker finding the image becomes the describer in the next round. Right guesses give points, while wrong guesses …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
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