Game Ideas with Pippin Barr
Have a passion for games? Then this event is for you!
The Department of English and Drama is bringing you a public talk with Pippin Barr, a Game Designer in Residence, Concordia University. Come listen to Professor Barr’s lecture today (February 22, 2016) from 3-5PM at CCT150, as he discuss how creating video games can respond to research questions, particularly questions regarding time, the creation and circulation of information, the interpretation of narrative, and how and why we make (and don’t make) decisions. His talk will also draw examples from his own work and the games of other designers.
This event, in collaboration with ENG415, is free and open to public.