Tag Archives: irish history
The Player’s Aid
Wow! These boys have been supportive from the very start. An integral part of this field of study.
France 24 Feature
Thank you to Sophia Khatsenkova for including me in this feature.
Proof Reading The Narrative Cards
Applying the finishing touches to what shall be the simulation’s narrative backbone.
General Election Results
We have introduced an option that allows Factions to deliver the simulated General Election Results from 1966 until 1997, OR choose to deploy the actual Results of the particular Epoch, including the Nationalist and Unionist Ratios. And as you can see from one of the General Election cards, Domhnall Hegarty’s artwork is truly amazing. SoContinue reading “General Election Results”
Northern Ireland’s 100th Anniversary
Thankfully Men of Peace prevailed. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-56018758
Finalising the Rulebook Scenarios, but progress expected to be minimal as I am about to experience what I envisage to be the most overwhelming few weeks of my 15+ years as a teacher here in Scotland.
The Arms Crisis
The Arms Crisis is featured in this new podcast: https://www.rte.ie/eile/podcasts/2021/0331/1207299-gunplot/
IEEE/ACIS Paper Submission
I am delighted to be submitting a paper on the use of VASSAL in supporting the development of the analogue and digital versions of The Troubles to the IEEE/ACIS’s Workshop on Best Practices of Serious Games Testing.
Rules of Play
Very lucky to be working with such a talented graphic designer, Domnhall Hegarty. Proofreading begins of the Rules of Play…