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Tuesday, August 1 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Games on a Budget: Change for Change

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Making games is expensive! What's a scrappy non-profit or activist to do? Make games on the cheap! Not every game needs to be an elaborate video game. You can get incredible engagement and results from paper games, role-playing or even a gym game. In this workshop, we'll look at successful games for change made on the cheap & lay out best practices for how to get the most effective play for the buck.

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Greg Trefry

Partner & Game Designer, Gigantic Mechanic
Greg Trefry designs games and playful experiences for cities, museums, non-profits, TV networks, amusement parks and just for fun. His studio, Gigantic Mechanic has designed and produced award winning games covering a range of social issues from politics to immigration. Greg has spoken at conferences around the world about play, games and design. He wrote the book Casual Game Design: Designing Play for the Gamer in All of Us and teaches at New York University. Greg serves as the director of the annual real-world game festival, Come Out... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Starr Foundation

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