[IGDA Albany] Songs of Solitude: Telling More Story with Less (February 14th, 7:00 PM)

IGDA Albany usually has a professional talk every 1st Wednesday of the month. This month’s IGDA Albany speaker is C.J. Kershner, and he will provide the talk, “Songs of Solitude: Telling More Story with Less.” The presentation will look into creative methods of storytelling utilized in games without using speech or written dialog. The talk…Continue reading [IGDA Albany] Songs of Solitude: Telling More Story with Less (February 14th, 7:00 PM)

[IGDA Albany] Immersion: Fiction, History, Virtual Reality (January 3rd, 7:00 PM)

IGDA Albany usually has a professional talk every 1st Wednesday of the month. This month’s IGDA Albany speaker is Dr. Klil H. Neori, and he will provide the talk, “Immersion: Fiction, History, Virtual Reality.” The presentation will look into the history of virtual reality, and what we can expect in the future. The talk will…Continue reading [IGDA Albany] Immersion: Fiction, History, Virtual Reality (January 3rd, 7:00 PM)

Game Developer Social Night w/RIT (September 21, 2015)

Attention, game developers and game enthusiasts! Let’s have a fun and exciting social night at the new Tech Valley Center of Gravity location at the Quackenbush building! This event will also serve as an informal reception for visiting game developers from outside the Capital Region, including Stephen Jacobs (Associate Director of the RIT MAGIC Center…Continue reading Game Developer Social Night w/RIT (September 21, 2015)

TVGS presents: #include <Local History Jam>

For this event, please reserve a free ticket on Eventbrite: Local History Game Jam tickets The latest event in our #include series is the Local History Game Jam, a weekend “hackathon” dedicated to creating games and interactive prototypes inspired by the history of Rensselaer County. Historical themes and settings have been incorporated into many popular…Continue reading TVGS presents: #include <Local History Jam>

Let’s Get Together and Make Games: Local History Edition (September 23, 2015)

Want to continue on your Local History Jam game? Have a game project you’re working on, or even just an idea for a game you’d like to create? This is a great time to meet up with other people and tell them what your project is about, get some feedback from fellow game makers, and…Continue reading Let’s Get Together and Make Games: Local History Edition (September 23, 2015)