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Nu:ya! Nu:ya! A Tuscarora Exploratory Game

Mia McKie (Tuscarora / Skarù:re’), Waylon Wilson (Tuscarora / Skarù:re’) | USA | 2018 | Game | All Ages

Learn about the Tuscarora teachings about Nu:ya (or New Years festival)! Players are tasked with collecting various baked goods from all of the houses in the digital Tuscarora Nation territory. Each visit will introduce new characters and teachings for you to learn. Celebrate Nu:ya in this delightfully cartoony game.  


Mia McKie is the founder of Skarù:re’ Awekwehstá:0e:’ an Indigenous youth digital media group, and is interested in critical gameplay informed by Indigenous philosophy. As a graduate of the University of Victoria – Indigenous Governance (MA, ‘17) and Cornell University – Development Sociology and American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program (BS, ‘13), her focus is on the relationship between Indigenous protocol and participatory media platforms. 

Waylon Wilson (Tuscarora / Skarù:re’) is the co-coordinator of Skarù:re’ Awekwehstá:0e:’ and a digital media maker. Waylon received his Associate's Degree from Niagara County Community College in Digital Media: Video and Audio Production (AAS ’14) and is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo (BA’18) from the Media Studies Department.