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The Results

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One of the students created the countdown timer to help them focus when doing coursework in the lab and modified it to remind the jammers just how little time was left! Fast forward from when that picture was taken and another Three Thing Game has concluded.

An account of the event follows.

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Unity Guest Speaker - followup

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It was great to have Josh Naylor, one of our lovely and accomplished alumni, come and give a talk. We had just allocated the words to the Three Thing Game teams using the Three Thinged Bandit before handing over the floor to the Lead of Evangelism for the EMEA region at Unity.

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Unity Guest Speaker

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I am pleased to announce that Josh Naylor, one of our lovely and accomplished alumni, is going to be making a guest appearance. He will be talking a little bit about what he does at Unity, will be able to offer career advice, and he will also be talking tech, such as how to prototype in Unity. The latter of course will be particularly useful in a game jam context. Speaking of game jams, I hear that there is quite a good one coming up. http://threethinggame.com/post/2018-03-18-may-the-fourth/

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Announcing Midichlorians!

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As a precursor to the usual more elaborate announcement, I would like you to save the date: put it in your calendars, start your Pavlovian juices flowing, and get psyched!

May the 4th be with you, and with us all… is the date for the next Three Thing Game. At least that is when it starts. As usual it will last for 24 hours, concluding on Saturday 5th.

A video montage


The most recent Three Thing Game (3rd and 4th November 2017) has been and gone and it was great again to see so many people take part. Above is a video that the University Digital team put together with footage across the 24 hours. Are you in it?

A Cultural Event

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As a bit of a departure from the usual programme and to celebrate Hull’s status as the City of Culture 2017 we decided to theme the latest event accordingly. Thus, all of the teams received the same three words provided by the CEO of City of Culture Martin Green:

Culture, Hull, Change

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