Event category: Sessions

Creating A Game Without Borders

Many games usually have a distinct look built into them that is recognizable enough to harken back to their ethnic or cultural origins. For example, Western games tend to have a more polished and refined quality...

Games and Interpersonal Trust

A review of my year attempting to find interactive media design in my own Catholic faith, and bringing it to the medium of video games that I love. This talk discusses what worked, what didn’t, and what...

Game Show (Colleges, Clubs, Universities)

Ever wonder what goes on day-to-day in game design school? Hear from professors and students from SMC’s Center for Media and Design, USC’s Interactive Media Division and NYU Game Center in a Newlyweds-style...

Gamifying Twitter for Political Dissent

We will discuss the gamification of social media for political dissent with a focus on the microblog platform, Twitter, and our game WarTweets. While social media has been a crucial instrument for the Occupy...

How To Teach Your Board Game

Congratulations! You’re the proud parent of a new board game! But how do you show off what your baby does without losing your players’ attention or turning them off? In How To Teach Your Board Game,...
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