This group is dedicated to exploring what it will take to create a game that can be considered a work of art–something that is valued highly by society and generally agreed to be a quality addition to a person’s life.This does not mean visually-striking or “artsy” games–this means leveraging the gaming experience to strike a balance between two imaginations: the one of the game designer and the one of the player. How can we create a game that leaves room for interpretation but is also engaging…See More
By using game mechanics in therapy for heart patients, teaching young diabetics to estimate carbs, help ritualize the keeping of journals for chronically ill patients, shortening feedback loops, increasing collaboration and putting a smile on the face of poor sods (I am one, I may say so ) – this group will change the world.First one to release, gets a beer at the next meetup!See More
Monsters of every level are invited to join our worthy quest to have fun while we1) practice making art2) try new things3) show off4) learn from each other5) enrich lives (and games) with more and better artEarn treats, find friends, and polish your skills in the weekly Gaming of Art challenges!See More
A group to discuss gamification and gameful design in various online and offline/afk environments for a whole spectrum of purposes including but not limited to; education and training, marketing, culture building, personal development etc.See More
Are you a nonprofit leader looking to create a game, or a developer looking to work with a nonprofit to create a transformational game or experience? This collaborative working group connects public sector NPOs creating games with those interested in making good games for change.See More
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