Thursday 31st May, 2012
1:45pm to 2:15pm
Games are increasingly being used as a method to teach people about complex systems. While it's easy to claim you're being innovative by creating a game that embodies your message, it's a lot harder to make a game that really does it. Join us as we dive into and tackle the problems of making serious games that are both fun and informative.
Questions answered :
How do you take a message and turn it into a game? If you're a game designer, what are the best practices for working with nonprofits? If you're a nonprofit, what are the best practices for creating games and working with designers?
Game Designer, DataPlayed
Clay Ewing is a game designer, programmer and educator interested in art, education, information systems, and the collision of society with technology. He holds a Master\
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