When hearing or reading the title of the conference, I kept thinking about signs that read “Will work for food” morphing into “Will code games for change”
Over all the conference was not well-organized and was nothing at all like the Serious Games Summit I went to a couple of years ago.
Still, the notion of serious games seems much more accepted than it was back then.
Most of the audience seemed to be middle-aged women who seemed to care about the world, but had no experience with activism or with games.
A few of the panelists were good, but ended up dumbing-down what they had to say to suit the audience.
There were 4 or 5 UN people there, most from Unicef.
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