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(I am a judge.)
The Civic Games Committee (Daniel Levine, Joshua Miller, and Sarah Shugars), with the support of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, are proud to announce the 2017 Civic Games contest, a design competition for analog games that seek to promote the understanding and/or practice of good citizenship!
The contest starts from two fundamental ideas:
* Games can not only provide welcome distraction in dark times, but also help us solve our problems;
* The heart of democracy is not just its institutions, but the convictions, skills, and commitment of its citizens.