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INTERVIEW: NYU and Zynga’s Frank Lantz on games in the real world

INTERVIEW: NYU and Zynga’s Frank Lantz on games in the real world

September 13, 2012

Frank Lantz is an academic and game designer who was one of the early pioneers of location-based or ‘real world’ games—games that incorporate the physical location of the player and their surroundings into the gameplay. Some location-based games, such as Lantz’s PacManhattan (2004) use mobile phones and GPS trackers to communicate the players’ positions to […]

Ideology and Industry: <em><strong>The Art of Videogames</strong></em> Exhibition at Washington’s Smithsonian Museum

Ideology and Industry: The Art of Videogames Exhibition at Washington’s Smithsonian Museum

March 23, 2012 1 Comment

EDITOR’S NOTE: We’re very happy to bring you our first guest post here at Game On today. Dale Leorke is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne and is currently travelling in the USA for research. The opportunity to run his insightful review of the recently-opened The Art of Video Games exhibition at the […]