Playful Learning SIG

Technology GamesKirkland, Wash. – Two games created by Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) college students will probably be showcased at this year’s Power of Play Conference and Competition on April 26, 2017. The games, Tales of Lunea and Black Forest Ham, were developed by LWTech Digital Gaming & Interactive Media students, and are featured on the Power of Play Indie Expo Showcase webpage.

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