It’s International Games Week! Formerly National Gaming in Libraries Day, this event has expanded internationally and is now a week-long event to allow more school programming- not just for libraries!
Your friends at the Mudd Library have been celebrating this event for many years and are happy to continue. This year we are taking the opportunity to showcase the many games and gaming-related resources available at the Mudd, including:
- Board games and puzzles on the second floor that can be checked out or played in the library. This year, we received donations of, Are you the Traitor? and Regular Show Fluxx from Looney Labs, and Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Skull and Shackles from Paizo!
- Video games and a Nintendo Wii system that can be reserved and checked out for residence hall gatherings, student organization events, a fun weekend with friends, or anything! Our collection of Just Dance games is especially popular- and a great way to get some exercise.
- Scholarly books about games, including gaming culture, music, technology, history, psychology, and more!
- Great selection of electronic scholarly research on games, compiled in a handy Game Studies LibGuide.
Follow the Mudd Library on Instagram, where we’ll be doing an International Games Week takeover.
Be sure to stop by and check out a game or learn about about the scholarly side of gaming at the Mudd Library.