The definition of archaeogaming needs to expand and encompass tabletop (or analogue) gaming and games. The archaeology in and of tabletop gaming provides an insight into the culture of the historic period but also our own. Historical games found in archaeological excavations and in historical documentation should be encompassed in the definition of archaeogaming since gaming is much more than digital games.
Discussing upcoming changes to the blog and what to expect for the near future.
Introduction The Legacy Hub (née Galactic Hub) is a landscape of systems and planets in a portion of the Euclid Galaxy of No Man’s Sky, which was settled by hundreds […]
On April 4, 2016, I am privileged to speak at the world’s first archaeogaming conference, Interactive Pasts, hosted by the VALUE Project (Videogames and Archaeology at Leiden University) in the […]