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Coming Attractions

We've been talking about player psychology to nudge us toward a better world for years and years. Journalists have even called this "social engineering." That's interesting, because games are intricate designed systems and typically, though not always, they are social. So social engineering may be...

This week is the Digital Arts Exhibition at Dartmouth! All week long FAB(rication) Lab has been going on in the Hopkins center with students and visitors learning about programming, animation,  and many other subjects that combine art and technology! Tomorrow (Thursday, May 9th) from 7pm to...

This week at the annual Game Developer's Conference Education Summit, Tiltfactor Director Mary Flanagan has been called out to a 'Game Design Curriculum Deathmatch,' where leading game design instructors battle it out by revealing secrets to their game design teaching, their design philosophies, and pedagogical quirks. Speakers include...

Attention NH/VT Upper Valley kids! The Tilt team is heading to the library, and we're bringing our games with us! On November 12th, we will bring many classic games (such as Set, Uno, and Apples to Apples) as well as our own mid-design stage games for...

A couple of months back, Microsoft and the Games for Learning Institute(G4LI) challenged the public with the educational holy grail: "Can you make learning fun?" Tiltfactor, as the team of intrepid explorers that we are, rose to the challenge, and birthed Flagellla. Flagella was Tiltfactor's response to...

Try our online version of the Grow-A-Game© cards!We are currently waiting for the arrival of our new editions of Grow-A-Game, so our ordering area is offline for the moment until they are in. ...

Avatars discovered in the tenure process? Mobile spaces for transmedia exhibitions? Ancient manuscripts in MRI machines? Teaching with databases instead of texts? How are technicians, scientists, artists, designers, and humanists pursuing 21st-century research? How are institutions of higher education affected along with the scholars? As...