Institutes, Researchers, & Designers

Useful Journals

Browser-based Games

  • Bubblebox has dozens of free to play, casual browser-based games (English only)
  • InnoGames offers three browser-based games (and more to come), in 64 different languages
  • MMOGame offers a variety of browser-based MMOGs in 21 languages (use the pull-down menu in the upper right)
  • Games for Change offers a variety of free, browser-based games, designed with “a desire to inspire direct action and real-world impact through engaging gameplay”

Casual Games to Download (for a fee)

Commercial Review & Games Industry Sites

  • Jay is Games – “Flash and Casual game reviews, walkthroughs, room escape games, point and click games, puzzle games and more!”
  • gamer DNA – “Discover what’s really happening in the games people are playing and discussing”
  • Gamasutra – “The Art & Business of Making Games”
  • Inside Social Games

COFLT Spring 2015 Conference

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