President Obama speaks glowingly of the Senate Immersion Module

President Obama speaks glowingly of the Senate Immersion Module

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Game Design, Press | No Comments

President Obama, Vice-President Biden, Senator McCain and host of other Senators, Governors and politicians were on hand for the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute on March 30 in Boston. So were we. All of the speakers, from Vice-President Biden, to Senator Lott to Senator Warren gave inspiring speeches, touching on Senator Kennedy’s legacy, […]

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 Boxheads Entertains Tribeca

Sesame Street Boxheads Entertains Tribeca

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

We took Sesame Street Boxheads 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 both kids and adults. We probably had a hundred or so families get to play through the game, with grandparents, parents and kids all […]

The Migrant Trail at Games for Change 2014

The Migrant Trail at Games for Change 2014

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

The Migrant Trail was all over the 2014 Games for Change Festival. Before the festival started, we found out that The Migrant Trail was nominated for a Games for Change Award in the Most Significant Impact category. We were thrilled to be one of three nominees in the category, especially because the other games, Mission […]

The Migrant Trail Featured on Al Jazeera

The Migrant Trail Featured on Al Jazeera

Posted by on Apr 24, 2014 in Press | No Comments

The Migrant Trail has gotten some great attention this week thanks to its nomination for the Most Significant Impact award at the 2014 Games for Change Festival. Al Jazeera did a very nice story on serious games, looking closely at The Migrant Trail and Marco Williams’ film The Undocumented as an example. GM’s Greg shares […]

Boxheads swarm Games for Change

Boxheads swarm Games for Change

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Events | No Comments

We debuted Sesame Street Boxheads at Games for Change this morning. The game was a big hit. We’ll be playing again at Tribeca Family Day — this Saturday all day, at the Games for Change Pavilion. Stop by and play with us. Here’s Jason from Sesame rocking his Cookie Monster Boxhead.

GM Talks Serious Games on the Super Joystiq Podcast

GM Talks Serious Games on the Super Joystiq Podcast

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in Press, Talks | No Comments

We at GM have a lot of opinions about games, and we’re always happy to share them — as the folks at Joystiq found out. The Super Joystiq Podcast specials just keep coming. Today, we have two interviews focusing on very different parts of the industry. First up, Anthony talks to Games for Change President […]

Plastering IndieCade East with Party Poetry

Plastering IndieCade East with Party Poetry

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Events | No Comments

We ran an updated version of Art Boy Sin and Zombie Ward at IndieCade East. For this version of Art Boy Sin, we used a new format for the scoreboard with Polaroids and heart stickers. It went over quite well. Check out some of the awesome party poetry people came up with. The Onion’s AV […]