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01 Mar MARCH’S MAGICAL MEANDERINGS ½

We’re trying something new with the Hand Eye monthly newsletter this time around. Instead of one enormous compilation of every timely indie game-related thing, you’ll get TWO newsletters in March with different focuses for max readability (that's why they call it a "digest")! This first half...

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13 Feb Comics x Games 2017 open submissions now live!

The Hand Eye Society is holding an open call for videogames to showcase on-site at the Toronto Comics Arts Festival (May 13th and 14th) as part of this year’s Comics x Games 6! Comics x Games (formerly known as Comics vs Games) fosters collaboration between the...

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05 Feb FebMoVid 2: A Puzzle of Flesh at Dundas Video!

February Motion Video (FebMoVid) is back! For the second year in a row, videogames and movies collide as The Hand Eye Society joins forces with The Laser Blast Film Society to celebrate the poorly compressed, scan line-ridden era of Full Motion Video (FMV) games. This time, we're...

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18 Jan Announcing Camp Make-a-Game!

Building on the success of our Game Curious and Games for Dorset Park programs, The Hand Eye Society is starting a week-long full-day summercamp for kids 8-12. It's called Camp Make-a-Game! Mornings are spent indoors with digital screen instruction, teaching kids to use point-and-click game creation tools. Because these tools don’t...

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01 Jan January’s Jovial Jewels: event roundup

Happy New Years, Hand Eye people! At this point, you’re probably less hungover or groggy than you were last night, so kudos on the whole coherent thought thing. For 2017, we’re resolved to continue bringing this newsletter hot and borderline fresh to your doorstep. (BTW,...

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29 Dec Videogame Arts Around the World in 2016

As the last post recapped, we were pretty busy in Toronto in 2016. One of the things that keeps us inspired is seeing what other people are doing in the videogame arts community internationally — it shows us that we’re part of a growing movement...

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23 Dec What We Did In 2016: A Hand Eye megapost

There’s no shortage of indie videogame events to do in Toronto. Which is excellent! It means we have tons to mention in our monthly newsletter. As the local game making and playing scene grows, we’ve been growing too. Now running for almost 56 dog years (or...

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