Games for Change’s Public Arcades bring the work of game developers addressing positive social change and learning to new audiences and unexpected contexts. In partnership with cultural institutions, conferences, companies and more, G4C produces interactive arcades that represent the best social impact and learning games in the market today from major developers and independent creators. Arcades can be scaled from in-school or library pop up events to installations in museums or large outdoor festivals.
Talk & Play
The Talk and Play format combines G4C’s expertise of curating enlightened talks with with an interactive arcade and panel discussion, usually themed around a social issue, book or game launch. Talk & Play events have been hosted at the New York Public Library, YouTube Space LA, Microsoft and Steelcase to launch books by leaders in the G4C community including Jane McGonigal and Asi Burak, explore opportunities in philanthropy and gaming and highlight innovations in neurogaming.