Participate in a video game research study at the MIT Game Lab!

We are seeking participants for a short video game research study at the MIT Game Lab. The purpose of this study is to better understand how players interact with game content delivered through touch-screen tablets. As part of the study, participants will be asked to play through a new tablet-based game and discuss their experiences. We are looking for participants between the ages of 18 and 26.

Participants will receive a $10 Amazon.com gift card for taking part in the study. The study will run from March 15 – March 22 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Building 26, Room 153. (Detailed directions will be provided.) The session takes 50-70 minutes to complete.

If you are interested in participating, please, answer a few short questions in our online form and indicate time slots that would work for you:
http://bit.ly/playerstudy

As Studio Manager for the MIT Game Lab, Rik Eberhardt spends his days playing Tetris: with people, boxes, tasklists, equipment, and time. When not staring at a spreadsheet trying to fit in another computer purchase, a last minute event budget, or placing undergraduate researchers on a Game Lab project, he's chipping away at spreadsheets on his DS, reproducing pixel-art in Picross and Picross 3D. His favorite moments on the job are working on projects with student workers and having fun social interactions forced on him despite his busy schedule. Contact him about research projects at the MIT Game Lab at gamelab-request@mit.edu

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