Are you going to PAX South? Are you interested in going but don't have a badge? I Need Diverse Games can help! We have four Exhibitor badges available to folks that can spend a few hours a day at our table in the Diversity Lounge. If you're willing to help or would like more information, … Continue reading PAX South Diversity Lounge
It's here! Available today, Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play is a celebration of women's accomplishments in the video game industry, ranging from high-level executives to programmers to pro-gamers. This insightful and celebratory book highlights women who helped establish the industry, women who disrupt it, women who fight to diversify it, and young women … Continue reading Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play
Lead Engineer Engineering – Kirkland, Washington PROJECT LEAD ENGINEER Harebrained Schemes is looking to hire a Project Lead Engineer to help with continued development of HBS’s turn-based strategy games. This is a full time, on-site position at Harebrained Schemes’ offices in Kirkland, Washington. What You’ll Do Lead the tech direction for a new HBS project … Continue reading Hey y’all @WeBeHarebrained Schemes is hiring!
The community has spoken! We're going to do a limited run of pins for folks. The way this will work is: Orders will stay open for two weeks, OR when until 200 pins are ordered, whichever comes first. We will use thestudio.com to fulfill orders, ship to our founder and then she will ship them … Continue reading INDG Enamel Pins are a go!
Hello lovely friends and supporters of our work. We've had great feedback on our new logo done by CaptainTwaz! We've also had requests for things like enamel pins, hats and other things. We've actually found a seller that can do enamel pins, hats, socks and other merch at reasonable prices. The sticky part? Getting them … Continue reading Community inquiry time re: merchandise
By Tauriq Moosa Monster Hunter: World (MHW) is a game about killing indigenous creatures and conquering foreign lands, to mine and harvest resources for personal gain and glory. Considering the history of my and other African countries is the history of colonialism, I would’ve recognised such attitudes even as a child. It’s easy to miss … Continue reading Slaying nature
We've got an opportunity to be part of the Diversity Lounge at PAX East. But the table has to have someone there during open hours, 10am - 6pm. Seeing as how there's one of mod cypheroftyr, that means we need community help! (Image is from last year's PAX App, we don't yet know the location … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity -Help us table at the Diversity Lounge at #PAXEast April 5-8
Please congratulate our 2018 GDC Scholarship awardees! Everyone received a Conference + Summit Pass provided to us by Official GDC as part of the GDC Scholarship program. Thanks again to our review committee: Tanya DePass Jane Ng Andrien Gbinigie Glenn White Our Awardees: Jens-Uwe Bahr Josie Brechner Cesar Castillo Moustafa Chamli Eleanor Chan Brianne Christiansen … Continue reading Congratulations to our 2018 @Official_GDC Scholarship awardees!
I’ll be going to TwitchCon for the first time tomorrow and I’m on a panel Sunday. If you’re around or can watch, I’ll be moderating “Being Political On Twitch”3:30 pm Pacific US timezone in the GivePlz Theatre. Joining me are Adam Koebel (adamkoebel on Twitch/Skinnyghost on twitter), Jennasaisquoi (same on Twitch and Twitter), and Brian Petrocelli (Citizen on Twitch & th3citizen on Twitter).
This panel is concerned with addressing the importance of being political as a creator, as the representative of a business or organization, and as a streamer. The purpose of this talk is to help empower people by talking openly about the risks and gains of struggling in a landscape that demands conformity and the continued repression of identities.
We’ll talk about whether a Twitch channel constitutes a public or private space (and what that means on the Internet), why these discussions…
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On this episode of This Filipino American Life the TFAL crew talks about video games and Dungeons & Dragons (D&D). We talk about who used video games as an escape, who did not really play as much as a kid, and who thought video games reinforced Eurocentric mythology.
While we start the conversation around video games, the conversation pivots to Dungeons and Dragons when we talk to our guests Earl Baylon (Elaine’s semi-cousin, Jonah Maiava from the Tomb Raider series, and Artistic Director of Room to Improv) and Edren Sumagaysay (writer, The Park’s Finest expediter, and Dungeon Master extraordinaire). Earl and Edren go into how they got into Dungeons and Dragons and explain to the TFAL crew how D&D works. We even begin to brainstorm a Filipino American D&D campaign!
What are your thoughts about gaming and D&D? What were/are your favorite video games? If you played D&D what…
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