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Reacting to the Past Jul 13
Elsewhere at , the council of Augsburg debates how to handle the social and economic upheaval of the early Reformation: sausages, priests marrying, and those pesky Anabaptists!
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Reacting to the Past Jul 14
Last playtests at are about the FCC and the early days of the AIDS crisis. In the latter, Larry Kramer promotes his latest play.
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Reacting to the Past Jul 12
At this morning, we're dealing with the roots of Apartheid in South Africa, and the Watergate Hearings.
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Bella Pori Jul 13
Welcome to Marie Laveau’s Charm Center
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Bella Pori Jul 12
The Watergate game at is really hitting wayyyy too close to our current political situation
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Jeff Hyson Jul 13
Replying to @ReactingTTPast
Debriefing from Reconstruction playtest, Nick Proctor reveals the Spreadsheet of Oz. Participants discuss challenges of balancing ideas and mechanics, representing characters of different races/faiths, blending individual objectives and co-op gameplay.
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Reacting to the Past Jul 13
One of the most common Qs we get is "how can I use in a large class?" This afternoon at , we're talking about how!
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Jeff Hyson Jul 12
Replying to @ReactingTTPast
Nixon has resigned! Gerald Ford is sworn in as the new President (taking the oath of office with his hand on Nick Proctor’s Gam Designers Handbook!).
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Jeff Hyson Jul 12
Mark Carnes offers opening remarks for on compelling power of students’ play (competition, make-believe, subversion), ways that Reacting builds on those trends & offers similar psychological satisfaction.
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Reacting to the Past Jul 12
is underway at --check the swag!
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Reacting to the Past Jul 12
Afternoons are for how-to sessions: Writing Roles and Utilizing Contingency in games for learning.
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Bella Pori Jul 14
We also have a pretty creative Larry Kramer
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Jae Basilière Jul 12
decompressing from an awesome but exhausting day at a game developer's conference by watching animals frolick in this gorgeous park.
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Bella Pori Jul 14
After a Long Battle had one of our strongest President Reagan’s yet!
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Prof. Amy Curry Jul 13
We are having a heated discussion over sausage. A room full of academics. Only in RTTP.
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Jae Basilière Jul 13
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Jae Basilière Jul 13
Having recently been ousted from government; I, James Madison Wells, watch the debate about enfranchisement in Louisiana from the corner.
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Bella Pori Jul 13
Thanks to Nick Proctor's lecture on the road to publication for a game, I literally just realized I haven't cited a single thing, have no footnotes, and have a loooooong road ahead of me.
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Reacting to the Past Jul 13
Last session of today is Kelly McFall on writing effective Indeterminate characters.
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Bella Pori Jul 12
Mary Jane Treacy's great workshop From Idea To Prototype has me thinking of a new game that is, impossibly, MORE controversial than my current game about the AIDS Crisis!
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