‘Project Hospital’ is A Great Way to Understand Our Broken Healthcare System
My father has run emergency rooms for years, but I didn't fully understand his job until we played a game together.
From 'Putt Putt' to 'Freddi Fish'—How Humongous Entertainment Made Edutainment Fun
Humongous didn't set out to be an edutainment company. That's why their games were so fun.
How an Augmented Reality Game Escalated into Real-World Spy Warfare
She led hundreds of real people on secret missions for a make-believe cause.
How the Devs Behind 'Sable' Found Inspiration in the Enigmatic
Beyond every mysterious horizon is research, writing, and careful planning.
'The Sinking City' Isn't Shying Away From the Racism in Lovecraft's Work
Frogwares' upcoming Lovecraftian detective game is ambitious in scope—and doesn't seem to let HP off the hook.
Snoop Dogg is Banned—The Community That Reinvented 'Def Jam: Fight for NY'
An under-appreciated piece of fighting game history gets some overdue respect thanks to the fans that never let it die.
Goodbye, Google+, You'll be Missed, At Least By RPG Fans
Google+ got plenty of shade in its short time on this world, but it was a boon for the RPG community.
Giving Workers Equal Power Isn't Radical. This Studio's Done It For Years.
Canadian developer KO_OP has been experimenting with the co-op model long before America's socialism flirtation—and it's working.
How Board Games Handle Slavery
A medium that often looks to the past, board games often have to confront questions about slavery's place in game design.