NYU Game Center Lecture Series Presents Marie Foulston
Marie Foulston is pioneering the curation of videogames for public spaces, from festivals and parties to the world’s grand museums. In 2011 she co-founded the Wild Rumpus party series, which helped inspire a worldwide wave of ‘new arcade’ events, and most recently led the curation of the first major videogame exhibit at the Victoria... Read More
Winnie Song joins the NYU Game Center Faculty
The NYU Game Center is thrilled to announce that independent game artist and designer Winnie Song is joining ...Read More
We’re hiring: Production Technician!
Help games get made! The NYU Game Center is looking for a capable, detail-oriented technologist to provide technical support ...Read More
Not in one flash of brilliance: process of playtesting games for Virtual Reality
This post is by MFA graduate and Incubator developer Maria Mishurenko. You can learn more about her and here ...Read More
The 2019 NYU Game Center Showcase Brings In Hundreds To Play Games!
Congratulations to the NYU Game Center Class of 2019! On May 23, 2019, the NYU Game Center celebrated a ...Read More
Beers and Betas at Brooklyn Brewery
Join us in the Brooklyn Brewery tasting room to play our 2019 Incubator games! Sip on Brooklyn Brewery’s ...Read More
NYU Game Center Showcase 2019
Play the future of games. Our annual showcase highlights the innovative and eclectic work of the graduate and undergraduate ...Read More
Book Launch: Why Fun Matters
When players enjoy a game, they say, “That was fun!” But when designers make, journalists review, or academics ...Read More