Move on over to the most intense event in town! The library has regular gaming afternoons on Thursdays, multi-generational play, tournaments and more. Check our online calendar of events for details.
You can keep up-to-date with the library's gaming activities by reading the Keene Teen Readers & Gamers Weblog.
If you any questions about the Keene Public Library's gaming iniative, please contact Gail Zachariah, Head of Youth and Community Services at (603) 757-1856.
Here's some really cool FREE games for you to play and much more!
The library is just starting a collection of game strategy guides. If you are looking for these in Keene-Link, you should use the subject search term "Video games."
We also have a growing collection of Dungeons and Dragons manuals and guides. To find these books, use the subject heading "Dungeons and dragons (Game)."
Curently, KPL subscribes to the print magazine GamePro. It's kept in the YA area of the library.
These books are especially good for gamers:
Alter Ego: Avatars and their Creators by Robbie Cooper, Julian Dibbell, and Tracy Spaight
The Curious Book of Mind-boggling Teasers, Tricks, Puzzles & Games by Charles Barry Townsend
Library card holders also have electronic access to Official U.S. Playstation Magazine and Game Now. To get access from home, you will have to enter your library card number on the EbscoHost web page.
Blender. Download free software and learn to make your own 3D animations.
Board Game Reviews for teens from KidzWorld
Cheat Planet from Games Radar
Game Maker from YoYo Games
Scratch - This free online programming language lets you make your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art to share on the web.
Star Wars Combine - A free online role-playing simulation game based on the Star Wars universe
Teen Party Games from Teen Party Central
Teen Quizzes from LiveWire
Video Game Reviews written by teens from Teen Ink
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