XR4C – A Curator’s Perspective + Free Membership To Virtual World Society

  XR for Change – A curator’s perspective   The XR for Change Summit is less than two weeks away and we could not be more excited about it. While curating speakers for the Summit my goal was to explore how immersive technologies are being used to address real-world challenges, create empathy and drive social… Read more »

#G4C18 Festival Regular Priced Passes End Tonight! 📢

  DEADLINE EXTENDED!  Regular rates on festival passes expire tonight   This is your last chance to pick up passes for the Games for Change Festival  before regular ticket pricing ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. EST. Buy a ticket and gain access to the special sessions below. Hurry, spots are limited!   Meet the Funder: Marc Ruppel (NEH)     … Read more »

⏰ Less than 48 hours Left to Buy #G4C18 Festival Passes Before Late Ticket Pricing ⏰

Less than 48 hours left! Time is running out to get passes for the #G4C18 Festival and #XR4C Summit before prices go up.     Late ticket pricing for the Games for Change Festival begins on Wednesday, June 14th. Don’t forget: special rates still apply for students, educators, indie developers and non-profits. Buy your tickets for the #G4C18 Festival… Read more »

Sign Up to the #G4C18 Festival Mentor Lounge 📝

  Get Inspired by Great Speakers and Mentors at #G4C18   The presenters at #G4C18 are not only leaders in the field of games for good — they are also captivating, accomplished speakers. Check out the sample clips below to watch a few of this year’s speakers in action, and join us at the Festival… Read more »

Announcing the 2018 G4C Awards Nominees 🎮

  Announcing G4C Awards Nominees   Games for Change is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2018 Games for Change Awards! Attend the Games for Change Festival to play these games and find out who will be the winner in each category at the annual G4C awards ceremony.   All nominees are considered for the Awards’… Read more »

Celebrate 15 years of Games for Change! #Happy15thG4C

  Join Us to Celebrate 15 years of Games for Change   Did you know that the very first Games for Change was a half-day event, with a handful of featured games and only 42 attendees? 15 years later, we will spend 3 days celebrating dozens of games and hosting more than 1,000 attendees from… Read more »

G4C Industry Circle: Navigating Game Based Learning in EU with Triseum

    2017-18 INDUSTRY CIRCLE WEBINAR WITH TRISEUM ON YOUTUBE LIVE   On May 29th, join the fourth installment of the Games for Change 2017-2018 Industry Circle. The Industry Circle is a program that showcases the achievements and opportunities in the impact games sector by highlighting leading studies that have made a significant contribution to our… Read more »

Take On Game Development Challenges at #G4C18!

  Tackle Development Challenges at the 2018 Games for Change Festival Whether your development portfolio consists of one game or one hundred, the sessions at #G4C18 are designed to help solve your top challenges. Highlights include: Developing Kid-Friendly Online Communities: Katie Salen (University of California, Irvine) will explore a play-based approach to raising socially and… Read more »

#G4C18 Festival Program: Children’s Media Highlights

  Join fellow content creators, educators and researchers at the Games for Change Festival to explore current media trends and opportunities for innovation.  Panel, talks and workshops at #G4C18 include: -Mimi Ito (University of California Irvine) will share her perspectives on children’s changing relationships to media and communications -Kristin Cook (Sesame Workshop) will describe how… Read more »

#G4C18 Festival Program: EdTech Highlights

  Meet with potential funders, network with future partners and gain practical advice for developing, marketing and sustaining your EdTech projects.  Join us at #G4C18 for these sessions and more: –Gonzalo Frasca (DragonBox) will describe the challenges involved in creating a full math curriculum with games, printed textbooks and storybooks –David Langendoen and Leah Potter… Read more »