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|From Milan to FIFA 18 Points Abu Dhabi: Microtalks for Change," which includes numerous speakers detailing how their games benefitted regions around the world. The session will be moderated by Playmatics' Nick Fortungo, and speakers will include Colleen Macklin (Parsons New School of Design), David Mariner (Fun Rigger), Mathias Crawford (Natron Baxter Applied Gaming), Rob Davis (Playniac), and John Murphy (ChicagoQuest Schools).In addition to the above sessions, Games for full session list will also feature a talk on
Zynga New York's partnership with Knight Foundation, a presentation from Preloaded's Phil Stuart on designing games with a purpose, and a series of case studies on several games promoting behavioral change."At Games for Cheap FIFA 17 Coins, we're excited to see more partnerships between the traditional 'Games for Change' crowd to commercial companies, whether it's the Knight Foundation and Zynga New York or the newly formed Sojo Studios working with a network of NGO's around the world,"
said Games for Change co-founder Asi Burak. "We also have a lot of design talks -- from the series of indie talks about love as a core mechanic, to understanding what works when you try to change players' behavior. "This kind of discussion is pioneering in our space, and perhaps in gaming at large. And we're also happy to have Ian Livingstone, one of the legends of the industry (founder of Eidos), who is dedicating his current career to 'giving back,' by working with the UK Government and with the
UK gaming industry on enabling social change and learning on a large scale."For more information on these or any other sessions at GDC 2012, please check out the event's official Schedule Builder, which shows the current, growing lineup for the u2fifa show so far.Also be sure to keep an eye on the official GDC news blog, or subscribe to updates via Twitter, Facebook, or RSS. GDC 2012 will take place March 5 through March 9 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and is owned and operated by Gamasutra parent company UBM TechWeb.