The Games for Change Festival has always been ahead of the game, in terms of the social impact of video games. Each year, its panelists and curators examine how games can be used to promote positive change in civics, education, and health. With its 15th installment taking place June 28-30, the festival looks back at its own history, while looking to the future. Continue reading at ChelseaNow.com.
- This my “Barbie is gonna kick your butt” look. @barbie #barbiegirl #mathclassistough #kawaiidominatrix instagram.com/p/B1cFxHwj3bQ/… 18 hours ago
- Yes, I do like pink. #pinkaesthetic #pinkleather #roseyoutlook @footetography instagram.com/p/B1b_VzaD1D7/… 19 hours ago
- @JJShurte Like a Rust Monster that feeds on wood. Spearmen, wizards, and archers beware the beast the gnaws on staffs, bows, and pikes! 1 day ago
- I didn't know @JoeBiden was Jewish! twitter.com/BernieSanders/… 1 day ago
- @JJShurte "Shambling Nibbler" sounds like something they edited out of the original Monster Manual. Movement: 30, Damage: Bite 1-2hp. 1 day ago