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19 Feb Tuesday: Game Design Video Night at LabTO!

Hey everyone, this is on short-notice but this Tuesday we are tentatively kicking off a monthly meetup of sorts (working title: Game Dialogues) where we can get together to watch game design videos, online tutorials, microtalks, and have an opportunity to hang out with old friends and...

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18 Feb [Spotlight Game] Starseed Pilgrim

We feature a Toronto game every month, and this month the spotlight goes to Starseed Pilgrim by developer Droqen, as well as Ryan Roth, Mert Batirbaygil, and Allan Offal. And no, this ain’t a gardening simulator for pioneers in space. Begone, butter-churning planet-hopping fanatics! For...

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09 Feb Comics vs Games 2016 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 14th and 15th) as part of this year’s Comics vs Games 5! Comics vs Games fosters collaboration between the independent game and comic communities through a...

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01 Feb FEBRUARY’S FOOLISH FUMBLINGS: EVENT ROUND-UP

Howdy charlatans! January blues are bebopping away, ushering in February foolishness. We turn to groundhog for weather predictions, Shoppers Drug Mart for Valentine gifts, New Year happens all over again and we’re all sheepish about it. Plus, at some point, the Christ-leaning among us gouge...

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18 Jan [Spotlight Game] Everyday Shooter

Greetings fellow sleeper agents, this month’s spotlight game is Everyday Shooter by Jonathan Mak. For Hand Eye members, your Steam Key comes at the low price of absolutely nothing. Not a member? To join, head here! Everyday Shooter And The Art Of Stripping   You’re a white...

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28 Dec The Videogame Arts Around the World

As the last post recapped, we were pretty busy in Toronto in 2015. 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 of collectives...

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