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The next game developed at Tiltfactor, Clowns Applaud Insanity, is now being published by Resonym! It's a hilarious black and white party card game filled with adults-only humor, and after writing and rewriting its cards for years now, I'm excited to make it available to...

In addition to her game design work, Director Mary Flanagan has also been creating new pieces as a part of her fine arts practice! These range from technologically-driven 2D images to experiential projections and sculptures. Her work covers a broad range of issues including language,...

This week Professor Mary Flanagan of Tiltfactor joins Laura Knoy of NHPR, and Dr. Paul Weigle, a child and adolescent psychiatrist who studies the mental health impacts of video game and internet habits of young people, in a conversation about how to study the impacts...

Professor Flanagan talks about the future of work and automation on The Exchange. Check out the show! https://www.nhpr.org/post/exchange-depth-new-hampshire-s-workforce-shortage#stream/0...

Patrick Matlin Redondo is a senior at Dartmouth College and a game designer and researcher at Tiltfactor. Over the past year or so the Tiltfactor team has been working on a virtual reality puzzle game called “Entangled.” In Entangled, you’re trapped in a room, but you’re...

Buffalo Facilitator’s Workbook: A Game-Based Guide to Leading Difficult Conversations Debuts on Amazon New workbook turns fun, fast-paced party game into a workshop that can be used by organizations to facilitate difficult, but much-needed conversations HANOVER, NH- Tiltfactor, creators of Buffalo: The Name Dropping Game, have announced...

Khevna Joshi, blogger and game designer at Tiltfactor, won this year's Dartmouth Student Employee Contest in the category of academic/professional impact. Below is her essay on how Tiltfactor helped her build skills and knowledge to develop her resume! Upper Valley Senior Center, October 16, 1:00 PM...

Tiltfactor: Hey Nick! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and the work that you are doing in the Tiltfactor lab? Nick: I am a Dartmouth ‘21 and I have been working at Tiltfactor since fall of this year. Currently, I work as...

Tiltfactor: Hi Spring! Can you tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do at Tiltfactor? Spring: I’m a Dartmouth ‘19, and I have been working at Tiltfactor on and off since my freshman spring. This is my 4th term working...

Although much of our research at Tiltfactor aims to increase the representation of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), our work also shines a light on the importance of the liberal arts. The students who work at Tiltfactor come from a broad range...