Games Research Network

Researching analogue and digital games

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Minecrafting Ceramic Narratives

From the 7 — 10 August 2017, our colleagues at The Manchester School of Art will be blurring the boundaries between digital and physical making, this Summer School will allow students to develop skills in researching, translating ideas, and using RaspberryPi. Students will develop new and exciting surfaces for ceramic ware by translating traditional ceramic scenes into innovative modern depictions, utilising Manchester School of Art’s specialist workshops and equipment. read more

3rd Games Degrees End of Year Showcase

Manchester Metropolitan University is looking forward to hosting its third annual Games Degree Showcase, an opportunity for third-year students to show off the projects that they have been working on, and for industry representatives and members of the public to come and have a look (and even a play).  read more

Exploring Transactional Nature of Language and Knowledge with Mysterium

Whenever I tell people about Mysterium I say ‘its Cluedo but you can talk to the ghost of the deceased.’ Which gets them interested but isn’t actually a particularly good metaphor for what really happens when you play the game. However, the use of clumsy metaphors is a good metaphor for playing Mysterium. If that makes sense… read more