For a companion to the retrospective, we invite authors to submit essays that articulate how games have been a part of their pandemic experience, and the value and role games have had in their lives this past year. By analyzing these gameplay experiences, we hope to highlight how much games can matter.
The theme of our next issue is games as fuel for connection and transformation for teens. Abstracts should be sent to email@example.com no later than 11:59 PM ET on November 20, 2020.
For this special issue we invite experiential play-throughs, theoretical papers, critical analyses, and post-mortems by practitioners, across domains from around the world, that explore the many facets of live, interactive experiences.
We are looking for submissions of analyses and studies of escape the room games, either digital and non-digital, from all over the world. We would also like to encourage designers of escape the room games to submit as well.
For this special issue of the Well Played Journal, we are looking for cases where parents and their kids (grandparents and their grandkids) are playing together.
iThrive’s new peer reviewed journal, published through ETC Press, issues its inaugural call for submissions.
Well Played seeks essays for a special issue on play experiences through the lens of sports. This special issue of Well Played is edited by editorial board member John Sharp is now accepting submissions through June 1, 2018.