Ian Livingstone, Life President, Eidos gave a keynote on the Future of the Gaming Industry emphasizing on the successful games of the past and also shared the evolution of Lara Croft franshise.According to Ian we (game developers) are good at generating emotions and maybe that’s why the global market is expanding and is expected to reach 90 billion USD by 2015.
2011-11-15 12:37 | by Farhatnaz Ansari |
Vishal Gondal Founder Indiagames shared the journey of how Indiagames happened. “I was not really good at studies in the early days and my parents were surprised with what I was doing. I used to program computer games, and whatever I did, the clothes I wore or the studies I did (which was nothing) and I kept hearing that what ever u r doing is stupid.”
2011-11-15 12:25 | by Anand Gurnani |
Tags: Dhruva Event Indiagames
Indie GameDev India partnered with NASSCOM Gaming & Animation Forum and organized the first national BYOG in India. The BYOG took place at the recently concluded 3rd edition of NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2011 held at Pune.
2011-11-15 12:01 | by Farhatnaz Ansari |
Pauline Jacquey, Managing Director, Ubisoft India gave a quick look at the establishment of Ubisoft in India and the overall studio philosophy. Ubisoft today has 25 studios in 16 countries across the world.
2011-11-15 11:17 | by Chaitra Shetty |
Tags: Console Event Ubisoft
Basics of Setting up your Game Team session by Rudrasen Sitoleh, 7 Level Studios had pointers on the complete process of establishing a studio and approaching a project.
2011-11-15 11:07 | by Chaitra Shetty |
Tags: Event Online
The first day of NASSCOM GDC 2011 started with a session on ‘Specialization Prospects for programmers’. Conducting the session was Abhishek Raut, Senior Programmer & Technical Consultant, Ubisoft, he explained why specialization is required and what are the various options available.
2011-11-15 10:55 | by Farhatnaz Ansari |
Tags: Event Other