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Test games from the users' perspective

The success of virtual games depends on their ability to engage users. Stickiness can be achieved with a user-centric software development life cycle.

In an article published in the Testing Experience magazine, our experts discuss how testing teams can enhance interactive games by focusing on:

  • Integrity and user interface
  • Audio-visual effects
  • Performance in a network
  • On-demand accessibility
  • Suitability of content for the target audience
  • Interest levels and playtime


Published with the permission of Testing Experience magazine


Kiran Marri

Kiran Marri, Delivery Manager, Infosys Validation Solutions, Infosys

Kiran has more than 15 years of experience in project management, client relations and software development. He conducts workshops on creativity, thought leadership, risk management, test management, and defect prediction. He can be reached at

Sundaresa Subramanian G.

Sundaresa Subramanian G., Senior Project Manager, Infosys Validation Solutions, Infosys

Sundaresa has rich experience in testing software and embedded systems, as well as research and development of digital signal processor-based embedded applications. He can be reached at

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