Sandy Weisz, founder of the Mystery League, is a purveyor of puzzle hunts.
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@ VOL 3
ON JAN 13, 2011
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BY HAWKEN KING
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ON MAR 07, 2014
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ON MAR 04, 2014
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BY NOAH HURLEY
@ VOL 29
ON FEB 23, 2017
From Miki Studios comes the next big Indie Game: Passenger!
Want to become a God in your own right? Enjoy having followers? Are you dedicating to striking fear into the hearts of your underlings while at the same time having them love you unconditionally?
Well dudes and dudettes, this game is definitely for you! Check them out on Kickstarter! Noah Hurley shares!
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@ VOL 22
ON APR 13, 2017
Filament Games has been exclusively focused on developing learning games for over 10 years, and They've recently cracked the code of selling learning games to schools. The want to share their secrets with you! From district administrators to rockstar teachers, they uncover how they use their allies in the field to evangelize for this important pedagogical movement. Brandon Pittser gives a high-level overview of what it takes to make it in the challenging, exciting world of K-12 educational games sales.
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