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Archaeogaming

Academia Archaeology

Creating a course Pt.1: From idea to layout

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2021-08-27

So I teach at the University of Cologne. As I am part of two MA programmes for Archaeology I have a pretty predefined range of courses I give. Basically…

Archaeology Games

Archaeogaming: An overview

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2021-07-30

Archaeogaming is a new sub-discipline and a mixture of Archaeology and Game Studies. Archaeogaming is a lot of things. What I can say for sure is, that it is…

Archaeology Games

Gender roles in videogames – an archaeologists view

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2021-07-02

Archaeogaming is a relatively new term in academia and games culture. It can mean many things. For example excavating in-game, documenting games typologies or also researching the image of…

Archaeology Games

Uncharted and Archaeology: Break in, steal, destroy, repeat!

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2021-03-19

I recently started playing Uncharted and I was especially interested in Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Uncharted and Archaeology are somehow connected, although it isn’t really. I heard many good…

Archaeology Games

“No bother Effendi” – The Orientalism of Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

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2021-01-12

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is one of the most successful adventure games of videogame history. LucasArts published the game in 1992 as a worthy successor of…