October 16, 2020

Former Tilt Lab and Game Design Student Nominated at Indiecade Games

Sharang Biswas D’12 TH’13 and former Tilt staff member has done it again! His new game: Honey & Hot Wax: An Anthology of Erotic Art Games has been nominated in the 2020 IndieCade Games. His 2018 game: Feast won the Indie Groundbreaker Award for “Most Innovative” game and was nominated for “Game of the Year” at the same awards.

September 22, 2020

Game Design Students Tackle the Pandemic

Figma Visual Game; Temptation by Akiah Watts (above) and stig · ma  by Irene Lam (below) explore social conflict admist pandemic times.

 

 

September 11, 2020

Tiltfactor’s Director becomes Deparment Chair

Professor Mary Flanagan became chair of the Film and Media Studies Department in June. 

August 12, 2020

Tiltfactor’s Grow-A-Game now available on Tabletop Simulator

August 5, 2020

Professor Flanagan speaks about “Games and Society” at Tsinghua University in China

Professor Flanagan spoke as part of a introductory program for incoming graduate students organized by USC with the support of Tencent. On staying focused and productive during COVID, Flanagan says she consistently makes time for “offscreen art making”, to alleviate burn-out and remain creative.

July 23, 2020

Former Tiltfactor Lab Student Employee Wins Award!

Zuff Idries ’18 Wins Script Competition

June 9, 2015

Dartmouth’s Tiltfactor Launches Games to Improve Access to Biodiversity Heritage Library Content

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Dartmouth’s Tiltfactor Launches Games to Improve Access to Biodiversity Heritage Library Content

Smorball and Beanstalk Allow Players to Transcribe Texts through Play

HANOVER, N.H. – June 9, 2015 – Today, Dartmouth College’s Tiltfactor, an interdisciplinary studio that designs and studies games for social impact, announced the launch of two new crowdsourcing games, Smorball (smorballgame.org) and Beanstalk (beanstalkgame.org). The games have been created to improve access to books and journals online in the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) collection by verifying the accuracy of text previously encoded by optical character recognition software.

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