Monthly Archives: April 2011

Introducing ‘Commons’, winner of the Real-World Game for Change Challenge 2011


Back in March, we collaborated with the Come Out & Play Festival on the “Real-world Games for Change Challenge”, a contest that challenged independent game designers to create an outdoor, … Read more

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Games for Change chooses the recipient of our Tribeca All Access fellowship


Back in November, Games for Change announced our new partnership with the Tribeca Film Institute’s All Access Alumni program. A new addition to the grants and other opportunities the program … Read more

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Vice President Al Gore opens the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival

Featured festival speakers include game designer Jesse Schell,’s Laura Hartman, U.S. Department of Education’s James H. Shelton III and Half the Sky Co-author Sheryl WuDunn April 22, 2011 … Read more

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Games for Change in the media, April 2011

This week, the field of Games for Change enjoyed main stream exposure on two major media outlets. It’s always exciting for us to catch a glimpse of how this emerging … Read more

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National STEM Video Game Challenge 2010 Youth Winners Prize video

National STEM Video Game Challenge

On March 30th, the Chief Technology Officer of the United States, Aneesh Chopra, announced the winners of the Youth Prize at the National STEM Video Game Challenge. The competition saw … Read more

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America 2049

America 2049

Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) set players in a fictional game world that takes place both online and in the real world. Challenges may be given via e-mail, phone calls, or … Read more

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