Gamification 101

What is Gamification? Gamification is the use of game design and game psychology in non-game settings to engage and motivate target audience for target behaviours. It is definitely not games like Candy Crush or Pokémon Go. Non-game settings refer to any context other than a game. It can be education, marketing and even your health and…Read more Gamification 101

Gamification 102

So you've read what Gamification is all about. So why should you use it? What benefits does it provide? Gamification is able to engage and motivate your audience into learning behaviours, with a balance of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, to make learning and other activities more enjoyable. Motivation is a real issue when it comes to learning…Read more Gamification 102

Gamification 103

Welcome to the 3rd and final part of the 3-part series on Gamification. In the previous parts, we explained what Gamification is and why you should use Gamification. In the final section, we will look at how you can effectively use Gamification. Gamification is a design-thinking focused process to engage and motivate your audience into learning behaviors, with…Read more Gamification 103

Strategies to promote your game

Creating a game is only the first step in your journey to world domination. It's high time to start planning clever strategies to distribute and promote your game. But wait! To craft the ideal marketing / promotion / distribution strategy, here is a simple checklist for you to go through before you begin writing it down: Target…Read more Strategies to promote your game

The Moderator (and what he/she can do)

You have been tasked to moderate all user completions and comments on the platform and you're not sure where to begin. Sounds familiar? Great, you're at the right place! Read on, moderator. To be a moderator is an important responsibility that requires time, due diligence and a critical eye. Moderators are usually administrators as well,…Read more The Moderator (and what he/she can do)

Quiz Challenges (and what you can do with them)

Quiz challenges are by far the most popular type of challenge among us "Gametizers", mostly because of its simplicity and the ability to validate answers. Which is probably useful for you to know that it comes in two forms: One-try only quiz challenges (players get only one chance to complete the challenge) Repeatable quiz challenges…Read more Quiz Challenges (and what you can do with them)

Tips on how to create a project – from scratch!

One of the first steps to take upon logging in as an Admin would be to create your first project. Now, if you're very new to this, here's a guide on how to create a new project. So, ready to begin? Great, let's get started! We have some tips to share with you on how…Read more Tips on how to create a project – from scratch!

Best ways to engage your players

Now that you have an idea of a gamified solution to complement your campaign efforts, it's time to start thinking about how you can best engage your players. Engagement levels are crucial with every game as it will determine the staying power of a game (a.k.a how long a game is able to attract an…Read more Best ways to engage your players

Game Analytics 201

Other than the analytics found in the previous analytics guide, there are other useful data that can be found on the Gametize admin console. 1. Project Analytics View the Overall Statistics for your game by clicking on Project Analytics. There, you will be able to view the statistics of your game since its creation. These…Read more Game Analytics 201

Project-Topic-Challenge/Flashcard 201

In the previous article, we covered the essentials of the project, topic, challenge and flashcard (e.g. what it is, what it can do, etc). Great stuff, right? Well, there's more! In this article, we'll go through the various additional features attached to projects, topics, challenges and flashcards. Privacy and Publish Status A project and topic…Read more Project-Topic-Challenge/Flashcard 201