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Global Game Jam Featuring Awesome Speakers

The second annual global game jam at UCSC is coming up, kicking off on Friday, January 29th. But even if you aren’t participating in the jam, you should still come by the Simularium at 4:00 pm on Friday to check out the great speakers we have lined up. This year, you’ll get to hear from:

A renown indie game designerEdmund McMillen (http://edmundm.com/), renown indie game designer

Technical artist and avid game jammerKate Compton, EA/Maxis technical artist and avid indie game jammer

Founder of Gaijin GamesAlex Neuse, founder of local Santa Cruz game studio Gaijin Games (http://www.gaijingames.com/)

All of the talks should be great, so I hope you can make it!


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  1. Aiden Maden
    Posted February 4, 2011 at 5:36 PM | Permalink

    I caught last years event, absolutely loved the winner of 2010. The game Resonance. Reminds me of the game Crayon Physics. The whole feel and music of the game is very similar to this. I think the name Resonance really ticked the boxes with me since I am in a World of Warcraft Guild called this so naturally it caught my eye.

    I see I have missed 2011s Global Game Jam :(. Looking up to next year then.