The Toronto developer (and IGF Nominee) comments on the unexpected two-year journey that took him from TCAF to GDC.
Here's a crazy question: What if - just what if - the current generation of indie game developers were also the future generation of indie rockers, touring the country hitting local bars and selling custom game equipment out of the back of VW vans for $15 a pop?
Another year, another Gamercamp! With the fourth iteration of the Toronto-based video game culture festival now in the can, the Shelf's Eric Weiss, Jon Ore, and Timothy Krynicki round up last night's social events and a selection of today's speakers.
New York brings games into public space with the Canadian exclusive Gamercamp No Quarter Arcade.
Five No Quarter developers will be heading north to discuss their games at the first Gamercamp No Quarter Arcade.
Gamercamp, the little games-festival-that-could, returns for its fourth annual outing in the city. The brainchild of co-founders Mark Rabo and Jaime Woo, Gamercamp is a celebration of everything related to games and the people who make (and play) them. With keynote speakers representing games ranging from AAA to indie, Gamercamp Lvl 4 aims to be the most ambitious iteration to date.
Toronto-based games festival lands Splinter Cell, Super T.I.M.E. Force and No Quarter.