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Games in the News

There's a great profile of our lab director Mary Flanagan out --Read the full story by Jennifer Wulff ’96, published in the November/December 2014 issue of Dartmouth Alumni Magazine. And Dartmouth Now has some Tiltfactor news to share too! There's a lot going on in the lab this...

(PDF version here) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: contact@tiltfactor.org 603.646.1007 Dr. Mary Flanagan, director of Tiltfactor Laboratory and Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College, will deliver several talks this summer and fall on such topics as critical play, games as an art form, and games as a...

Tiltfactor is going to Gen Con this year! Held in Indianapolis, Indiana August 4-7, 2011, Gen Con is "the original, longest running, best attended, gaming convention in the world." We will have an exhibit booth, demoing our latest game, the 2nd Edition of POX: SAVE THE...

Listen to an interview of our director on Resonance FM's October 2010 broadcast: Mary Flanagan discusses art, games, and activism. ...

The 3G Summit a visionary 4-day initiative in Chicago that convenes 50 urban teenage girls with five leading women game designers and scholars for intensive dialogue, inquiry, game-play, and mentorship. Through multi-faceted workshops and a public forum, this initiative will critically confront gender representation and...

News about game development, from USC's great games program to the island of Malta! Tracy Fullerton's game innovation lab is featured in the New York Times. Tiltfactor is happy to be honored with not only her work on various advisory boards, but also her insiprational...

In our director Mary Flanagan's home state (coincidentally also home to D&D creator Gary Gygax and GenCon), Dungeons & Dragons is not allowed to be played in prison. In a recent New York Times article, prison officials were noted as saying that Dungeons & Dragons...

This just in from Tiltfactor at Sea correspondent E McNeill via games(TM) magazine. ...