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The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab was a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the government of Singapore created to explore new directions for the development of games as a medium. GAMBIT set itself apart by emphasizing the creation of video game prototypes to demonstrate our research as a complement to traditional academic publishing.

The MIT Game Lab continues the GAMBIT mission, bringing together scholars, creators, and technologists to teach, conduct research, and develop new approaches for applied game design and construction.

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Next steps, and a final report!

We have released our final report, outlining 6 years of experimentation, innovation, achievement, and original research! We've learned from the experience of running this international collaboration, in how to conduct research, how to bring together students and researchers to create interesting and innovative new games, and how to bring our discoveries to outside groups like industry and government.
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