Sande Chen spent several months researching, interviewing and writing a series for gamesandlearning.org on the state of the learning game industry some 10 years after she co-authored the work Serious… more »
The technology and platforms available for those building educational games continues to evolve. This section will report on the the latest opportunities and challenges facing those making learning games.
Win the White House must be the only educational game in history to reference gun control, chicken dinners and gay marriage within the first 5 minutes of gameplay, and, with… more »
The relationship between educational game developers and commercial giants like Apple is, at best, complicated. Student learning doesn’t always align with marketing goals, and even when it does digital inequity… more »
Amazon’s announcement last month they were releasing Lumberyard, a free 3D game engine, was certainly good news for small studios looking for more development options, but convincing experienced educational programmers… more »