Jewish Time Jump Nominated for Most Innovative Game Award
Owen Gottlieb's game, Jewish Time Jump, is nominated for a Games for Change Award as the Most Inovative Game of 2013. In this geolocational augmented reality game, players travel back in time to the early 1900s in Greenwich Village to uncover a story in Jewish and American history lost to time. It was funded by The Covenant Foundation. Owen is a PhD candidate in Steinhardt's Education and Jewish Studies program.
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