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Emet is a prototype of a video game entirely in Yiddish, designed to be a supplementary tool for language learning. This thesis contains a description of a prototype of the final game, consisting of one screen of gameplay, and the design inspirations of the developer. It also contains discussion of the programming behind the workings of the game, and, finally, the additional features that would turn this prototype into a finished product.
Greenblatt, Aster, "Emet: A Video Game of Yiddish Conversation Practice" (2019). Senior Theses. 1345.
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