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Northeastern University hosted the Boston Global Game Jam from January 24th through the 26th. This year’s theme was the quote, “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are,” by Anais Nin, an American author. The … Continue reading
Chromacore, a 2D musical platform game designed by students Jeff Robbins, Deniz Ozkaynak, Korbin Shuffleton, and Jennifer Tella, won Runner-Up in GitHub’s Game-Off 2013 on October 30 2013. The students, operating as “Team Bonanza,” put an exceptional amount of work … Continue reading
The Boston Festival of Indie Games (BFIG), which took place on September 14 2013, has presented Game Design students Adam Gressen, Eric Peterson, and Nikita Filatov with the sole “Shield Student Innovation Award.” The students developed Squadhero: Revolver, a game … Continue reading
The Global Game Jam (GGJ) games are hosted at the Snell Library at Northeastern University. For more information, see this piece by Julie Ryu, or simply go into the library and play them! Click here for an overview of the … Continue reading
The PLAIT (Playable Innovative Technologies) research group at Northeastern University is seeking both PhD and Master’s students. This interdisciplinary group is comprised of several faculty members and resides within the Colleges of Computer and Information Science and Arts, Media and … Continue reading