• Posts Tagged ‘game education’

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    by , and  • December 10, 2012 • News, People & Events • Comments Off on 1 Reason

    Filamena: So a thing happened on the intertubes a few days ago, and I guess it’s important I talk about it here. The short version is, someone asked ‘why are there so few lady developers?’ I answered him. Actually, and I want this to be very very clear, a LOT of women answered him. The...

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    How to keep girls in your gaming group

    by  • October 22, 2012 • Essays • 11 Comments

    So, you’re in an all  male gaming group and the group have a new player and she is a girl. You want her to stick around. Thank you, that is awesome. This is a guide for you and your group then. Because some gaming groups behaviors tend to scare off or piss off girls, making them leave...

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    Tropes Vs Women in Video Games

    by  • June 18, 2012 • People & Events • 3 Comments

    $153,442. $153,442 in real US monies. 6,721 backers. 6,721 people who said, ‘no, actually, I DO want to talk about the shitty tropes that show up in video games, and no, 4chan et all, you can’t stop us from having this conversation.’ And that’s with six hours left to go. Who knows what the numbers...

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    Crunch vs Fluff: The Argument We’re Doin’ Wrong

    by  • April 20, 2012 • Essays • 9 Comments

    Well vetted dudes are blogging, currently, about dichotomy and stuff. I guess. They keep talking about crunch and fluff. Are they related. Do they matter to one another. Can you make both matter to different types of player. So, here’s my thing. I hate the term ‘fluff.’ Just by the term ALONE you’ve dismissed it to...

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