The Carnival of Video Game Bloggers - March 2014 Edition


Welcome to the March 17, 2014 edition of the carnival of video game bloggers. It's been a while since it was last here (over six years), but now it's back for more!

This month's edition turned out a little bare after getting rid of all the spam, but things are just getting started. If you'd like to submit an article, instructions are at the end of this post.

This Month's Participants

University of Nerd submitted "I Want To Play As a Girl - University of Nerd", a good overview of the disparity between which genders play games, and which ones are actually featured as the protagonist.

Almog Koren from Scoreoid sent in Show and Tell – Feedback and Notifications for Mobile Games, a look at how notifications can be used to improve mobile games. Needs some paragraphs though :)

And last, but not least, Meg Stivison from Simpson's Paradox submitted two articles:

A big thank-you to everyone that submitted something this month. I hope you'll join in again for April's edition!

Next Month's Edition

You can add your posts to the next edition of the carnival of video game bloggers using the carnival submission form. There are no strict rules, just make it something related to games that adds some value to the conversation. Reviews, project post-mortems and just chatting about your general experience with games are all great subjects, so don't be shy!

As always, past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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