Serious video games get new attention

06/22/2008 | Washington Post, The

More video game developers are taking an educational approach, seeing games as a path toward change and helping promote the understanding of important global concepts instead of a forum purely for entertainment, writes Washington Post technology columnist Mike Musgrove. "I don't think games have to be fun," said Suzanne Seggerman, co-founder and president of Games for Change. "I think games have to be engaging."

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