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Meeple Like Us, May 2017

by Michael Heron on 06/09/17 10:13:00 am

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You can read more of my writing over at the Meeple Like Us blog, or the Textual Intercourse blog over at Epitaph Online.  You can some information about my research interests over at my personal homepage, or on my profile at Robert Gordon University.


This post is a little late, partially because I was at the UKGE early this month and also partially because I thought I had already done it. So here it is. It is better late than never, as I believe people the kids say.

May was a pretty busy month for us - we started off by posting about our guest spot on the lovely Our Turn! podcast where we chatted about accessibility in games. I've never done a podcast before, and that was fun.

We also posted our special feature on building an accessible game library on a budget, which might be useful for anyone trying to convince their school, library, prison, or whatever that they can add games to their offering.

May the 18th was Global Accessibility Awareness day, so we posted our thoughts on that in an editorial.
We then followed that up with another editorial on the myth of objectivity in game criticism.

In between this, we did our usual job of posting our analyses of games big and small. We posted...

We're also, as an experiment, running monthly giveaways to see how they work out. The June Giveaway is for a $10 Amazon voucher.

See you next month!

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