Analysis of Players' Speed Thinking in Color Mix Game Application

Ahmad Fairuzabadi, Ahmad Afif Supianto, Herman Tolle

Abstract


Color Mix Game is an educational game that introduces the theory of color mixing, which is very important for everyday needs, especially in all areas of visual art such as graphic design and videography. Unfortunately, just a few people know this knowledge. The game has become an interesting and fun learning media for its players. In addition to learning media, games can have positive impacts on the players. Among its effects, it can improve basic mental skills for players, such as alertness, speed thinking ability, and concentration ability. Therefore we are interested to analyze the player behavior in the game to see the improvement of their players' speed thinking ability. To perform this analysis, we collect the data by recording every player activity log during playing the game. Every step was taken by the player along with detailed information such as the time of the attack and the distance of the attack will be stored in the database. By using MySQL, the database of this game is built on PhpMyAdmin application. After collecting data from 10 respondents we asked to play this game 2 times, we get the result that the players experienced a speed increase of thinking as much as 32% in the game.


Keywords


Speed Thinking; Educational Game; Player Behavior; Log Data

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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