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UW International Game Development Association (IGDA) & The Games Institute is hosting a board games night onApril 15th, for more information see the event page.
Dr. Lennart E. Nacke’s class will be presenting boardgame designs with fully playable prototypes. Combine this with the boardgame collection available at The Games Institute and pizza – that’s an unbeatable combo.
Pizza sponsored by Red Meat Games.
Register now on our Eventbrite page!
The students of DAC 300/ENGL 303/SPCOM 300 will be presenting boardgame prototypes on the theme of Shakespeare in Space. Members of The Games Institute will also offer playtesting of their own boardgames, and of course, The Games Institute has its own private library of available games.
Come out and play! Feel free to bring your own boardgames! Rate boardgames and engage in conversations about designing prefect boardgames with the experts.
Numbers are limited so register soon!
The Games Institute, UW International Game Development Association (IGDA), and UW Game Development Club invites you to the GI Showcase on March 10th, from 6:30-9:30 PM!
This event is open to anyone with interests in gaming culture and community or who would like to learn more about it. Spend the night talking with people from the gaming community.
We encourage everyone to showcase your research and volunteers are also welcome! If you’re interested in presenting your research or volunteering please contact Rina and Diane (contact info below) who are organizing this event!
Jen Whitson’s class will be playtesting some newly developed games, while you can play some of your favourite video and board games here in the GI while we provide the refreshments.
For more information and registration details click here!
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Great with money? Good with getting sponsors? Great! We need you! Treasure is responsible for helping manage finances and looking for funding.
Organized? Time efficient? Great with people? Wonderful, apply for the social organization position. You would be arranging talks, meet-ups, tutorials, and activities. You would also be responsible for advertising the club and updating social media!
New event on Thursday, February the 4th, 6-7pm at the Games Institute (GI)
Come out and hear Brian Cullen from Fluxscopic Ltd. talk about indie game development basics! A number of tools, strategies, ranging from art, and programming to music will be discussed.
This event is in collaboration with the Undergraduate Game Developments Protoplay Night.