Monthly Archives: August 2011

Lessons for “games for change” creators and funders

Lessons for “games for change” creators and funders

For the first time at the Games for Change Festival, we introduced an opportunity for producers and designers of games in development to get live feedback from experts on the main stage. … Read more

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Virtual worlds summer camp resurrects the prehistoric


In 2010, the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) piloted their Virtual Worlds Institute, a digital media-based summer camp for middle schoolers. This year’s second Virtual Worlds Institute was a … Read more

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What games have changed


Recently, our co-president Asi Burak had the privilege to do a guest editorial on Kotaku, one of the Internet’s most popular contemporary video game websites. In the recent months, Kotaku’s … Read more

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Littleloud interview with Darren Garrett


Hot off the heel of winning a Games for Change Award for The Curfew and the release of their new game, Sweatshop, we spoke to Darren Garrett, the Chief Creative of Littleloud Digital … Read more

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Games for Change Pre-Festival Summit Videos

While the annual Games for Change Festival is known for packing wide and diverse content into its core programming, the Pre-Festival Summit (June 20, 2011) was an opportunity for those … Read more

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