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Watch Today's Games for Change Festival Shape Tomorrow

Posted on Tuesday, April 22 @ 17:19:49 PST by

This week marks the 11th annual Games for Change Festival, bringing together developers, industry insiders, and experts in an effort to develop new games for new ways of thinking. The festival started today with panels and development underway, but you can catch all of the discussion by watching the archived livestream above.

Games for Change 2014 will be streaming tomorrow as well, but the archived stream above features talks from Jane McGonigal, designer of alternate reality games and best-selling author, as well as Noah Falstein, Chief Game Designer for Google.

Another talk from Pontus Westerberg focuses on the process and benefits of using Minecraft in building projects, with examples based in Nepal, Sweden, Haiti, and Kenya where one dedicated GR Radio listener probably enjoys our podcasts while crafting.
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