How do games challenge our morals just by mouse clicks and gameplay choices? SpilBar has invited Tomasz Kisilewicz from 11 bit studios known for This War of Mine and latest Frostpunk to a talk about how video games tackle moral dilemmas and question our ethics. After that games journalist and author, Jordan Erica Webber, will talk about 10 things games can teach us about life, philosophy and everything.
Associate professor at the IT University Miguel Sicart will bring his perspectives on games though the lens of ethics.
DADIU’s QA & UR group is looking for testers in Copenhagen and Aalborg in November:
You like cake? You like games? Well, then please help us test our games. We are searching for game testers, and we need YOU (yes, you) to test our games! We will have snacks, coffee and cake, which of course is a recipe for an awesome experience!
Join us October 10 for a day about the latest data-driven techniques in character animation.
The Alexandra Institute, DADIU have organised the day in collaboration with Univate and KU PLUS – Søndre Campus’ Innovation Hub.
See the full program and sign up here.
The PLAY ME! seminar takes a kaleidoscopic view on the different stakeholders in bridging the gap between game and audience: publishers, platform owners, curators crowdfunding facilitators, game journalists, and, of course, developers.
Play Me! takes place at the Danish Film Institute on November 13 from 1pm to 5:30pm.