Boston Games For Change

by Darius Kazemi on January 28, 2009

in Event announcements

Can video games change the world? If you say "yes," or just think "maybe," please join Boston Games for Change for a night of drinks and fun:

BOSTON GAMES FOR CHANGE
hosted by Information Superhighway IV
on:     Saturday, Jan 31, 2009
       8pm – midnight
at:     Berkman Squared
       50 Church St, Cambridge MA

Drinks and snacks courtesy of sponsoring partners Fablevision, Harvard Free Culture, Public Radio Exchange, and GamerDNA.

THERE IS NO PROGRAM, just fun and good cheer. Come when you want; leave when you want.

* If you’re a NONPROFIT, discuss how games can advance your mission.

* If you’re a DEVELOPER, chat about who your skills can help.

THIS IS THE FIRST OF SEVERAL BOSTON-AREA EVENTS, including a "Games for Change 101" program and a G4C Gamejam. You can sign up to learn about future events here:

 

http://groups.google.com/group/games4change-boston

Here’s a link to the event on Yahoo/Upcoming: http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1502742

Josh Diaz, MIT GAMBIT
Andy Blanco, Learning Games Network
Gary Goldberger, FableVision
Gene Koo, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Dan Roy, MIT Education Arcade

 

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