The indigene plays back (introducing a special issue on indigenous digital games): Elizabeth A. LaPensee, ‘Editorial’, Transmotion, 3, 1, 2017, pp. i-ii


Excerpt: Indigenous digital games uniquely enact survivance by passing on teachings, telling our stories, and expressing our ways of knowing through varying weavings of code, design, art, music, and audio. Honoring this ongoing work involves recognizing the influence of traditional games as well as the role of the intergenerational kinships among Indigenous game developers and game players. Making and playing games is certainly not new in Indigenous communities. Rather, from analog to the digital, there is a vast network of support that has positioned us here now, with excitement for all that is to come.

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