Posts tagged "video game"


14 Nov 2016
Devlog #2: The Fall of Lazarus on Square Enix Collective
Devlog #2: The Fall of Lazarus on Square Enix Collective

Hi there!

Today we wanted to tell you about something that make us really happy so we’re going straight to the point. If you follow us on social media you already know that we were selected by Square Enix Collective to be part of their indie video game support platform. Obviously it’s owned by Square Enix itself, so it’s a really big deal for us!

31 Aug 2015
Ludum Dare 33
Ludum Dare 33

So even without blog updates in the last month, it doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy. In fact it’s completely the opposite. We’re in the middle of two projects, however we’ve decided to take a break in our bussiness to compete again in the Ludum Dare. If you don’t know The Ludum Dare is a competition with the objetive of making a game in 72 hours. It’s not our first time, check out older entries for more info.

03 Jul 2015
Gamelab 2015
Gamelab 2015

Last week was held in Barcelona Gamelab 2015 y, it couldn’t be otherwise so we didn’t miss the appointment. For those who do not know, the Gamelab is an event dedicated to professionals in the world of video games. This was its eleventh edition since first held in Gijón back in 2004. In the three-day long event we went to lectures, workshops, panel discussions and did networking, much networking.

08 Jun 2015
Ludum Dare magistra vitae
Ludum Dare magistra vitae

To paraphrase the old Latin saying, we would like to give some impressions of our time on Ludum Dare 32. No more half measures, here there are all the results:

06 May 2015
Teaching and video games
Teaching and video games

In my experience as a high school teacher, I noticed there is some reluctance on using game as a powerful educational weapon. It seems that the generation gap that exists between teacher and student is an unbridgeable abyss which will never allow these two worlds to be connected.

From No Wand Studios, as part of this new emerging industry, we want to give some guidance to teachers who are interested in including these tools in their classrooms. The text will be centered on the teaching of social sciences (SS CC from now), but we will be happy to propose alternatives to other subjects. Do not hesitate to contact (hi@nowandstudios.com) and see which formula is best suited to your needs.