Game developer, producer and curator Allison Yang with a video of Forgetter, a game she is working on that has already won several awards. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Game developer, producer and curator Allison Yang with a video of Forgetter, a game she is working on that has already won several awards. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

She was a video game addict, now she designs them: how one woman is challenging the negative views that still exist around gaming

  • Allison Yang, a game developer, producer and curator, was such a gaming addict growing up in China, her parents had to hide the keyboard, mouse and monitor
  • Her interest is in games that tell a story, deliver a message or teach about culture, and she wants to change the negative perceptions of gamers that persist

Game developer, producer and curator Allison Yang with a video of Forgetter, a game she is working on that has already won several awards. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Game developer, producer and curator Allison Yang with a video of Forgetter, a game she is working on that has already won several awards. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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