Posts Filed Under: “video games”
What it’s like to be Black in Toronto, told through pixels.
Why Toronto sorely needs an arcade revival.
Brock Avenue joins the Mario Kart circuit.
An artist has made it possible to rule Rob Ford's Toronto in civilization-building video game.
A new exhibition opening at the Ontario Science Centre this weekend chronicles the evolution of video games.
Aiden Glynn brings video game classics to life on Toronto's streets.
Jill Murray was once a Torontoist contributor. Now she's known for her work on Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed III: Liberation.
Nominated for: making public space—on and offline—safer for everyone.
War on the Car? At video-game City Hall, the cars make war on you.
Dames Making Games Toronto gives women their first game-development experiences.
Tinker and gamer Jonathan Guberman is adding a new weapon to Toronto's chiptunes arsenal. The launch party is tonight.
A local game designer has created something unusual: a game you play, until it plays you.
At this year's instalment of the annual event, programmers struggled to make video games from scratch in just one weekend.
James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot, directors of Indie Game: The Movie, which has its Canadian premiere as part of this year's Hot Docs festival, recount the journey of their film.
A pixelated landscape to mark April Fools.
Game culture is working on inclusivity and gender equality, to the benefit of the games it's producing.
Like all good camps, this three-day festival gave gamers of all stripes a chance to learn, make new friends, and—most importantly—play.
Toronto developers bring home awards from international conference IndieCade.