Perhaps opening a project in which I play Civilization 5, a game which I – and many others – have a somewhat addictive relationship to. I began by playing one […]
Towards the end of the previously-posted video – in fact, really, at the end – Shane Aslan Selzer brings up a question, a question that could indeed be the focus […]
Thanks to everyone at the Institute of Play for making this conversation happen. While it certainly only scratched the surface of a variety of topics, a lot of intriguing ideas […]
From the Institute for Play website: If games and art are the answer, then what’s the question? On Wednesday, June 5, connect with a group of distinguished artists and game […]
Ted Purves and Zachary Walter presented “Towards Game Repair” as a part of the panel: Versus: Game Forms for Social Practice, at the Open Engagement Conference at Portland State University. […]
Authors Note: I had written this piece originally as a goodbye post on a fan forum for the now cancelled game: Geomon. I have chosen […]
A New Years research trip to the gamestore in outer suburbia yielded several interesting Indy RPGs. We post pictures of them below as a possible discussion point to return to.