LA Girl Scouts council working on video game design patch

LA Girl Scouts council working on video game design patch

The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International (WIGI) are working to create a patch that girls can earn by designing video games. The Boy Scouts of America introduced a similar game design merit badge last month; while an equivalent for girls isn’t quite there yet, it’s hoped that the LA initiative will act as the first step towards national adoption. According to Girlgamer , which first reported the news, the patch will use a version of E-line’s Gamestar Mechanic creation tool that has been customized to meet Girl Scout patch requirements.

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LA Girl Scouts council working on video game design patch

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