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Coming Attractions

Did you know Tiltfactor has a YouTube channel? We have videos on the lab in general, the Playcube events, news coverage of the game LAYOFF, video of Massively Multiplayer Mushu and Massively Multiplayer Soba, and more. ...

This blog post seems to be getting much more attention than we had expected. It was originally concocted to be a quick set of notes for an introductory "what is machinima" presentation conducted by students in our class...

Mary was recently interviewed for a new podcast interview featuring Tiltfactor along with Suzanne Seggerman. The discussion focused on games for change and is part of a cool series over at the Brainy Gamer. Everyone's preparing for the Games for Change festival in NYC --...

USC's Tracy Fullerton will be giving a talk this Thursday on "How We Play - Game Innovation and the Significance of Play." Thursday, April 23 Carson L01 4:30pm Fullerton is the EA Endowed Chair in Interactive Entertainment, USC. This lecture is part of...

This Saturday come join the Tiltfactor team at the 2008 Conflux Festival for the launch of our first urban game: Massively Multiplayer Soba. Participants will have the chance to explore some of the culinary/cultural mash-ups that make New York so unique. We'll be meeting new...

This year's Games 4 Change Conference will have a special bonus day to introduce non-profits to social impact games. You can read all the details below, but the most exciting part is that our Dr. Flanagan will facilitating a Grow A Game workshop to get the day started. From Games 4 Change: Based on feedback we’ve received over the past few years, we’ve created a one-of-a-kind workshop for non-profits new to the field of social issue games at the start of the 2008 G4C Festival. This workshop is a soup-to-nuts tutorial on the fundamentals of social issue games. The workshop will feature leading experts on topics including game design, fundraising, evaluation, youth participation, distribution, and press strategies, and will be extended for the rest of the year through an online community dedicated to learning about social issue games.
gmc.jpg via: Grassroots Media Coalition The Mainstream Media is a propaganda mind control operation owned by an elite cartel for the benefit of the global oligarchy. I wish that were hyperbole, but it isn’t. Luckily, alternative media, independent media, is going strong and growing every year. The annual Grassroots Media Conference is a chance for media activists to come together, compare notes, and stratagize. It’s always worth attending. This year, Tiltfactor Lab will be facilitating a game design workshop to help participants better understand how to analyze existing games and consciously embed values in their own games.