Ugh, Politics (2 of 2)

In my last post, I talked about trying to increase voter participation in non-presidential election years, along with a few other conditions, and decided that the best approach for this task would be to use elements of gamification rather than the creation of a game itself.  Rather than focus on all the details of my… Continue reading Ugh, Politics (2 of 2)


Current Events, Art, and Games (1 of 2)

The debate about whether games should be considered art is still an on-going one, but I, and many of those in the field, generally do consider games to be art.  But I think the confusion comes from the fact that we have differing expectations from video games and what we consider art.  The Oxford Dictionary… Continue reading Current Events, Art, and Games (1 of 2)