Professors from around the world answer this one question: what is a mobile game? See how these professors approach this question with their own knowledge and expertise.
Clemson University professor Jordan Frith elaborates the difference between passive and active mobile games and explains why mobile game studies are so relevant today.
Davide Spallazzo at Polytechnic University of Milan shares his take on mobile games as opportunities to connect with the world around us as well as other people.
Ilaria Mariani at Polytechnic University of Milan shares her thoughts on how mobile games combine virtual and actual reality.
PhD student at Concordia University Alex Custodio shares how mobile games are capable of seamless transfer between playing a game and everyday activities.
University of Georgia professor Shira Chess shares her thoughts on how the invention of mobile games represents the point where we stop being held by old-school constraints.
Associate professor at North Carolina State University, Nick Taylor shares his thoughts on how games are technocultural platforms for connectivity that play a big role in culture and cultural inequalities.