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Dan Nagler

Dan Nagler
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Matt Parker

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Mattia Romeo

Mattia Romeo
Partner & Game Designer

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Greg Trefry

Greg Trefry
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See the 2014 G4C Public Arcade in action

See the 2014 G4C Public Arcade in action

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Events | No Comments

Our friends at Institute of Play have put together a really great video about the Games for Change Public Arcade at Tribeca Family Day. It was a really awesome event that we were quite proud to be part of. Gigantic Mechanic and Come Out & Play helped organize the live physical games. Check out Sesame […]

Cute or terrifying? Sharkvolution concept art

Cute or terrifying? Sharkvolution concept art

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Art | No Comments

We’ve been prototyping mechanics for Sharkvolution, a game we’re running at the American Museum of Natural History for a few weeks now. The game is part of an event we are doing with Come Out & Play and AMNH on June 22 for Milstein Science Series: Sharks. Along with mechanics, we’ve also started to work […]

Sesame Street Box Heads entertains Tribeca

Sesame Street Box Heads entertains Tribeca

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Events | No Comments

We took Sesame Street Box Heads to the streets of Tribeca as part of the Games for Change Public Arcade at the Tribeca Family Festival. The game was a huge hit with kids and adults. We probably had a hundred or so families get to play through the game. We had grandparents, parents and kids […]