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Exhibit your game at the Gender, Identity, and Video Games discussion event hosted in partnership by the Institute for Advanced Study, GLITCH, Digital Arts Sciences + Humanities (DASH), Codework Collaborative, and the University Libraries!   The event kicks off with light refreshments and a social exhibition of games made by students and local developers, where attendees can jump in a game, chat with game makers, and meet other attendees. Following the exhibition is the discussion, which further details can be found here.   This is the perfect place for you to engage with 50+ attendees and...
Tickets are on sale now to the public with discounted rates available for Glitch Members and UofM students!   GlitchCon 2015 returns next March for 2 days packed with special guests,...
Dozens of community members joined us last week for a weekend of exploration and tinkering with development software at Glitch’s first ever Introduction to Unity Workshop. Attendees brought their own laptops and programmed along with local experts to learn how to think like a game designer and create their own endless-runner style zombie game: Zombie Pogo Go.   Game Informer’s Tim Turi kicked off the workshop...
Co-Op Talk saw an intense discussion on the topic of Free to Play: The Good, the Bad, the Morally Ambiguous? this past November with members agreeing on some points, and passionately debating others.   One of the most universally agreed upon points were that many PC games do F2P well. Examples of Dota, League of Legends, and Path of Exile were all touted as fair...
Extra Life is a fundraiser that began in 2008 and raises money for the Children's Miracle Network. People or groups who participate in Extra Life pledge to sit down...
Katie Greenbriar has just returned home from a year abroad, but instead of being greeted by her family she finds a mysterious note from her sister Sam and an empty house. Something’s definitely off. In order to find out where they are, Katie will have to find clues in everyday objects and piece together the events of the past year.

Despite this simplistic concept, Gone Home provides a realistic view into the complexities of the Greenbriar family.     gone home front door

Because mysterious notes totally stop people from digging deeper. . .

  Just for...
Hello all! I’m Sam Viesselman, a 2013/2014 staff member who has primarily worked on Glitch's Operations team for the past year. I’ve been involved in the Glitch’s eSports program as a player on the StarCraft 2 team since 2010, and functioned as the StarCraft 2 general manager this previous school year. I’ve also been closely involved with designing the infrastructure for the competitive League...
Choose your two buttons, pick your duds, and join dat purp-wearing Dave Lang, Iron Galaxy's CEO, as he dives into the origins, characters, and playing tips for Divekick. While...