games

I’m on a plane, on my way back to SF from one incredibly inspiring week in NYC at the Games for Change 11th conference. Directed by Asi Burak and sponsored by Zynga.org, Games for Change is a great opportunity to learn about video games specifically designed to positively impact on…

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To play with your kids, there’s no need for expensive toys or couch potato activities. We prepared a list of games that can keep you and your toddler(s) fit while wildly stimulating their imagination and yours! 1) THE TEMPEST. Your big bed is a raft. Produce huge waves using your…

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We feel like we never repeat this enough: games can be so much more than just games. Remember GameDesk, for instance, or Cargo-Bot?  The educational potential in game playing is immense – it’s a perfect form of learning while doing, and having the best time! Games can have an incredible…

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You know what makes us really happy (and probably does you too)? Beautiful toy stores. Even better: toy stores full of innovative design and technology, like JouJou Toy Store, in Utah, where the rebranding exercise lead by Struck went much beyond the typical revamping. The agency transformed the shop into…

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Some kids show an early interest for computer programming. Ruby community has recently released KidsRuby, a super user-friendly development environment that help kids to get started with Ruby programming. You see the code you’re writing and what it outputs at the same time: that makes it really easy to learn.

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If you like cowboys, guns and great graphic design, this is the game for you. It’s a quick-fire dueling game that can be played both in 1 and 2 players mode. Be the first to tap on your side of the screen and beat the quickest outlaws ever. 31 unique…

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