I played a game over the weekend that changed me into an Asian person. And then a white person. One time I stayed black. That was good, I guess. Except for having to kill the "wetbacks." Yeah, Race Warriors made me feel pretty terrible.
Google held a "Develop for Good" hackathon for developers surrounding the company's June I/O conference, allowing developer groups using Google products to tackle a variety of projects related to human rights, the environment, and politics.
U.S. snack food companies are reaching children by embedding their products in simple and enticing games for touch-screen phones and tablets, demonstrating how new technology is changing U.S. commerce.
Players and critics are hardwired to classify. We obsessively index and categorize the games we play, relying on their mechanical properties (platformer, RTS, FPS, etc.) to communicate their essential characteristics.
In my first report I discussed the importance of transfer when making a video game for education. Here is the second rule. 2) Don't spoon feed game play. The best educational games are open. There's a game design rule that ...
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