Join a panel of Georgia game developers as they share their secrets for finishing and publishing their games. Panelists include (more to come):
Brook Burgh, Blue Mammoth Games
Brook is an autistic and queer developer making tiny games and procedural animations in PICO-8. She released Pushamo last year at SIEGE, where it won the Best Design and Most Fun awards! Her other creations include Flags For Friends, Overstimulated, and Breadwinner VR. During the day, Brook works as a programmer at Blue Mammoth Games.
Kevin has worked at EA, Volition Inc, and Zynga and has released indie games on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and Steam, including Clash Force and Polyroll, developed with Spicy Gyro Games. Now he's working on Zap Blastum, Panic Porcupine, and Clash Force 2.
Sean Feeser is a co-founder and lead developer of Corrupted Media, a Virtual Reality game development studio in Atlanta GA. Sean graduated from Kennesaw State University for Game Design and Development with a focus in entrepreneurship. He has spent the past 4 years working hard to create opportunities for himself and his peers to find success in the game development industry. During this time, he has developed and released 4 free-to-play titles available on itch.io and Google Play. His first paid title, Vertical Shift, is currently in beta, with hopes to launch on Steam and Oculus soon!
Anatoly has been a professional software developer since 2000, mostly working for startups and as R&D manager for a company developing information security products. Since 2010 he has run his own indie game study, creating role playing and puzzle games for mobile (iOS, Android) and HTML5 platforms.
This is a socially-distanced, in-person GGDA meeting Sept. 14 at the Marietta campus of Kennesaw State University. Join us in room M102 of the W. Clair Harris Textile Center to talk game design, breaking into the industry, and the upcoming SIEGE convention.
When: 6-9 pm EST Sept. 14
Where: M102 of the W. Clair Harris Textile Center, KSU-Marietta Campus
How Much: Free for GGDA members and KSU students, faculty and staff; $10 all others