Monthly Archives: December 2016

Conservation in Games: An Introduction to the Problem

Note: This post was originally published for the Reboot Gamers in 2015. Last year, I got my then-fiancée, now-husband a gaming console for his birthday. This slim, silver system was not the next gen console that might be expected, but a … Continue reading

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Slave Tetris: When Educational Video Games Go Too Far

Note: This post was originally published for The Reboot Gamers in 2015. On August 29, 2015, Serious Games Interactive announced the release of Playing History: Slave Trade 2 on Steam. The game, honestly, is reminiscent of other PC educational games, such … Continue reading

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