This week's arcade highlights the work of diverse creators and pushes for a more inclusive games industry.
In the second part of our over an hour long sit down with Toronto arts maven and curator of the first ever Pages Festival and Conference Marc Glassman, we discuss the literature of Susanna Moodie, how much graphic novels mean to him, and what he defines success for this inaugural festival to be.
By asking his students to create analogue versions of video games, OCAD instructor and indie game developer Benjamin Rivers forced them to look at games from a designer’s perspective rather than a player’s. See the results after the jump.
Friday Oct 28 – TO Jam Arcade Opening party, 7:00 pm-12:00 am Saturday Oct 29 – TO Jam Arcade, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Location OCAD University Great Hall, 100 McCaul Street – Free event The Toronto Independent Game Development Jam (TOJam) is a free, annual game-making event open to the public. For the last […]