Game Time: The best stories about games, culture, and community (April 24 – May 1)

It’s summertime, which means my graduate assistant Sammi Kirby is heading out for greener pastures. The weekly links will continue, but well have fewer summarized roundups. Don’t fret, though. The quality isn’t changing.

With the help of my graduate assistant Sammi Kirby, each week I’ll pull together stories about games, culture, and the art and design of communities. Where Dungeons & Dreamers: A story of how computer games created a global community ends, this blog begins. If we’ve missed a story, let us know. Or share your story with us in the comments.

From the world of game culture

Things almost, but not quite, from games

Inclusion in gaming

On games

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