Featured Member: December 2015 Regarded as a gaming industry veteran, Michael Wilson has been making games for many years. During the middle of his career, he spent a few years working at advertising agencies. This although didn’t keep him away from video games for long. Shortly after joining up with Drake Cooper, where he works […]
Featured Member for November 2015: Ryan Zehm Ryan has taken it upon himself to focus on driving Virtual Reality forward through mobile gaming. He is strong supporter of Unity and Virtual Reality hardware like Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift and Boise based IonVR. The games he creates are programmed completely on his own and in relatively […]
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While Ludum Dare is typically an online event, many real world events happen around Ludum Dare. Most events have limited space, so RSVP ASAP! Individuals and teams are welcome to come down to BoiseCodeWorks, setup your machines, and get to work! Want to meet people active in game development? Come down, network, and see some […]
The personal license is only ~$90 until August 1st. https://www.scirra.com/store/construct-2-personal/personal-license-31
An indie game studio came up with a pretty neat way to learn how to make games. One box a month with everything inside to physically prototype a game, with code tutorials and videos. http://makegamesbox.com/#learn-create-play
I thought some of you may be interested in the latest humble bundle. Pay what you want for a bunch of game making tools. https://www.humblebundle.com/
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