Events / Gaming

Hear the man behind Tetris on the Cira Centre talk about his vision for citywide games

This Wednesday, Drexel professor Frank Lee will kick off a series of events at Temple focused on gaming and play.

How can you turn a city into one giant game?
Drexel professor Frank Lee, the mastermind behind world’s largest video game, will explore that topic as he kicks off a series of events focused on gaming and play, organized by Temple University Libraries.
Lee will speak at 2:30 on Wednesday, Sept. 30.
More info
Find the full list of gaming-focused events here, including an interactive festival Wednesday evening featuring locally-made games (reminds us a lot of Philly Tech Week 2015’s kickoff).

Companies: Drexel University / Temple University

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