We made the trek to Boston for PAX East 2017. These are some of the highlights from Day 1.
Spooky Squid's Miguel Sternberg discusses Russian Subway Dogs and the challenges of Kickstarter.
The Toronto developer (and IGF Nominee) comments on the unexpected two-year journey that took him from TCAF to GDC.
Music and games came together on Friday's Long Winter showcase, as the Hand Eye Society presented Dyad and They Bleed Pixels alongside Toronto bands.
Toronto Indie Game Tuesday is a new weekly feature on the site. Every Tuesday, we will endeavour to encapsulate all the latest and greatest goings on in the local indie game scene, from news and trailers, to playable demos, download codes, events and more!
On February 17th, 2011, 7PM “Pancakes vs. Prototypes” – Jason Kaplan (Game Prototype Challenge) and Damian Sommer (Griddle Jam) Ever make a game in a week? What about in four hours? Through two very different game jams, Jason and Damian explore the concept of rapid prototyping, the benefits and difficulties of extremely short-term deadlines, the […]
If you’ve been to any events run by Toronto’s Hand Eye Society, chances are you’ve seen Miguel Sternberg hard at work, frantically synching computers into local networks and test-driving new games built by himself and his colleagues. He’s half of the two-man team known as Spooky Squid Games.