LMG presented an overview of the organization at Humana’s DEC.
Following are some brief notes from the Q&A:
- Advice on breaking into the industry:
- Find game developers and game development companies on social media. This makes it easier to establish a relationship than a cold call.
- Build a portfolio. Finished products not necessary, but something to show time invested in learning is a plus.
- Examples of locally-developed published games (steam or other platforms):
We’re excited to announce Warp Zone’s grand opening event! Come enjoy locally-crafted video games, meet the developers, and learn how to get involved on Saturday, February 27, 6:00 pm-Midnight at 612 W. Washington St., 40202 in downtown Louisville.
This event is free and open to the public. Look for further details (including food options) in an upcoming post.
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After 9 months of hard work and learning the board of Louisville Makes Games! and the founding members of Warp Zone have acquired a space in Louisville! The space is called Warp Zone and the team hopes to position it as Louisville Kentucky’s first and only Collaborative Game Development and Co-Working space.