Category Archives: Serious Games

The Cost of Life: When Games Get Serious

The Toolkit 4 Making Social Issue Games produced by Games for Change is a terrific primer on the state of the industry on serious or social issue games development. This toolkit provides a series of video presentations by leading proponents … Continue reading

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Games for Health

As a followup to my last post, I came across this site for the Games for Health Conference, 2009.  Founded by the Serious Games Initiative, the Games for Health Conferences focuses on enabling researchers, medical professionals, and game developers come … Continue reading

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Serious Games Summit – Game Developers Conference 09

The 2009 Game Developers Conference (GD09) in San Fransisco is happening as I write this post.  I’m intrigued by the conference web site, and encourage folks interested in gaming and learning to check it out. The conference includes as one … Continue reading

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