Spring Break in Seattle can be a bit of a challenge. The weather’s unreliable to say the least, and you’ve probably already visited the Seattle Aquarium (although the fish offer some excellent indoor fun for sure). This year, though, there’s a warm, dry, educational, and fun indoor option if your kids are into video games—as most kids are. Read More
As a kid, I played games at recess that involved some very weird imaginary scenarios. There was one about a magical rainbow summer camp populated by giant spiders, and another one about a family that lived on the edge of a volcano. The family was constantly in danger of a grizzly death, but always escaped just in time. Read More
If you’re an indie game developer, there is no better way to get your heart pumping than by participating a game jam.
A game jam is like a 48 hour film festival, but for games. Small teams of developers around the world gather together (in person or online) in order to plan, design, and create video or board games. Read More
Are you one of those parents who runs screaming from any room where video games are being played? “They’re so loud!”
Or do you sneer at games? “They’re violent. They’re a waste of time. They’re annoying.”
Or do you titter like a Victorian heroine and wail? “I’ll never, ever understand those video games!” Read More