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Kat Shanahan

Video: Who We Are

We’re often asked what it’s like to work at Filament Games. Our answers normally fall somewhere on a spectrum between “it’s amazing because we get to work with wonderful people” to “it’s rewarding because we create learning experiences that improve people’s lives.” To give you a more precise idea of what makes Filament great, we…

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Prisoner of Echo Classroom Activity

Looking for ways to get your students excited about sound? The activity below is included in our free game-based learning curriculum and can be used in conjunction with sound and amplitude learning game Prisoner of Echo. Try out this fun classroom activity with your students and view more sound and amplitude curriculum activities here! Lab: Sound…

Filament Games | Educational Game Developer

Get to Know a Sound Designer: An Interview with Josh Bartels

The great thing about Filament Games is that you have the opportunity to interact with amazingly talented people everyday. Our studio is made up of highly creative people that contribute to every aspect of the game design process. Because of our exceptionally talented team members, we’re able to take a game from conception to completion…

Filament Games | Educational Game Developer

How to Align Standards and Educational Games

Games are great tools to engage and inspire students, but in today’s standards-based educational system that’s not enough by itself. Educational games need to not only engage students, but also meet the needs of educators who are using them as instructional tools. To help educators feel confident that games are introducing, reinforcing, or evaluating classroom…

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