It’s been a banner year for Go Extinct!


Learn more about the prestigious Thomas Henry Huxley Award here.

See the feature articles in Science, Scientific American, and The Huffington Post (along with more great coverage in The Nerdist and Inverse).

Hear the full (and super cute) ABC News radio story with Jasmine & fellow Science Action Club members!

Thumb through the thumbs-up reviews from both the National Science Teachers Association and from the National Center for Science Education. Read the glowing PLOS Paleo Blog review here and the FOSSIL Newsletter spot here.

Since July:

National Geographic Kids (NZ/ Aus region) compared Go Extinct! favorably to Pokemon!

Stanford University recently covered my work as did Stanford Professor, Dr. Paul Erlich’s organization, the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB). MAHB promotes art communicating a conservation ethic. In addition to featuring Go Extinct!, they covered my talk on how science is creative and why this provides a strong argument for diversity in STEM.

Finally, IndieCade, the biggest event dedicated to celebrating independent games in the nation, awarded Go Extinct! as one of their 2016 Tabletop Selections! Over 1000 games were submitted and only 12 tabletop titles were chosen!

Since 2017

Go Extinct! goes on I Know Dino’s podcast (starts at 26 minutes in). Also everybody’s favorite dinosaur from the game (well, maybe 2nd behind the chicken), the Majungasaurus gets the limelight this episode.


Ariel Marcy