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Next Game Designers' Guild meeting: April 11 - Playtest-o-Rama

Join us on April 11 for the next Game Designers' Guild meeting.

 

We will meet in Hinds Hall 011 on the Syracuse University campus.  

 

From 5:30-6pm, we'll have an informal activity.

Starting at 6pm, we'll talk about Playtesting, and then will open the floor up to playtests.  I know many of my students from my Designing Serious Games class will be on hand to test the games they have worked on all semester!

 

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