We'll be having the Fall Kickoff meeting of the Game Dev Club, tomorrow (Friday) at 4:00PM in the Engineering building (room Q-202). This one will be interesting, because apparently there will be a lot of students from other disciplines (Fine Arts, Media Arts, etc.) That means there's lots of opportunities to meet/see new folks, and maybe start building a team for our Fall Game Jam (Sept. 25th - Sept. 27th).
Hope to see you there,
Summer GameJam postponed!
Due to several logistical issues we are postponing our Summer GameJam until the Fall. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope that you will join us in the Fall for the GameJam! Stay tuned for the details...
Please join us for the Summer GameJam at KSU - Marietta Campus June 26th - 28th. Jennifer Ann's Group will be sponsoring the event and providing subject matter experts and advice. Please gather your friends and sign up ASAP! There will be $500 for the first place team as well as SIEGE Pro Passes.
Follow the links below for registration and information:
KSU/SPSU Gaming Program Ranks #9 in the SouthAnimation Career Review recently released their 2015 rankings, with KSU/SPSU's CGDD program appearing in the Top 10 in the South. According to the release, the program was ranked #9 relative to institutions in 11 southern states. Other notable schools include Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Georgia Tech, Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, and Full Sail University.
This is a local (downtown Atlanta) event that you might be interested in.From https://lanfest.intel.com/events/atlanta-summer-15...
This summer, LANFest Atlanta is back with LANFest Atlanta Summer LAN 2015, a 160 person Bring-Your-Own-Computer event for charity.
What - A 160 person Bring-Your-Own-Computer (BYOC) charity gaming event.
Where - The Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
When - May 22-24, 2015
The 8th annual Life Love Game Design Challenge is now live and accepting applications through June 1st. Please see http://jenniferann.org/2015-life-love-game-design-challenge.htm for more details. This is an amazing international event each year, and some of the past entries have been truly inspiring.
KSU and CCSE are happy to host the following...Speaker: Richard Austin
Subject: “Raspberry Pi Attacks! When bad things come in small packages”
When: April 8, 2015
There will still be pizza and refreshments provided.
Please join me in congratulating the new officers for the Game Development Club at KSU (formerly SPSU). These are the folks that you should contact if you have interest in joining the club...
- JarekQ Aloisio - President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Joshua Williams - Vice-President (email@example.com)
- Shelby Bubier - Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Anthony Onukwuli - Secretary (email@example.com)
- Disney "Diz" Nguyen - Event Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Kalib Crone - Club Herald (email@example.com)
The game will be SMITE by Hi-Rez Studios.
KSU (Marietta Campus) Smite Event:
Gamemode - Joust Tournament (3v3)
Date - March 20, 2015
Time - 4:00pm
Location - Atrium Building RM. J202 (Game Lab)
1st Place: Ultimate God Pack + 3000 Gems
2nd Place: 3000 Gems
3rd Place: 2000 Gems
4th or Lower : 1000 Gems
For more information, email SPSUSmite@gmail.com
Attention middle and high school students, here are two events you will be interested to know about...
Young Game Developers workshop March 14The GGDA and Microsoft are sponsoring at Young Game Developers workshop March 14 at the Microsoft offices. Aimed primarily at K-12 students, this workshop focuses on giving students skills and insight into what it takes to make real games.
9:00 am to 11:00 am - Classes (Minecraft API and Project Spark)
11:00 am to 3:30 pm - Classes (Scratch, Unity and Construct2 Classes)
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - Lunch (to be provided)
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Demo time! Kids who want to demo their games can do so at this time.Registration
Please come early to get set up and familiarize yourself with the facilities.
Ticket price is to ensure attendance for the event. All proceeds will be donated by Playcrafting to GirlsWhoCode.One ticket is for you and your child. For children participating unattended, please ensure they have ID and emergency contact information. You need a ticket for EACH class.
Here is the Eventbrite:, which is your official way to reserve a seat
Also it is up on this site :
Games and Film College Fair April 17
The GGDA is proud to announce its Games and Film College Fair, April 17 at the Atlanta Media Campus in Norcross. Come meet colleges and universities offering game and/or film programs, attend STEM/STEAM sessions on making games and films, and see some of the most creative studios in Atlanta demonstrating their titles. The college runs from 9 am to 1 pm, and is sure to be as great an event as our annual SIEGE College Fairs.
If you are interested in attending or displaying at the Games and Film College Fair, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlanta Media Campus
6305 Crescent Drive, Norcross, GA 30071
From I85 North – take exit 99 (Jimmy Carter Blvd) and take a left off the exit. Go past Papadeaux on the right and through one light; the second light will be the Crescent Drive intersection. Take a left onto Crescent Drive and follow the road past the Police Precinct on the left. The parking entrance will be the second turn on your right.
From I85 South – take exit 99 (Jimmy Carter Blvd) and take a right off the exit. Go past Papadeaux on the right and through one light; the second light will be the Crescent Drive intersection. Take a left onto Crescent Drive and follow the road past the Police Precinct on the left. The parking entrance will be the second turn on your right.
From Button Gwinnett Dr/Pleasantdale Rd – From Pleasantdale, take a right onto Button Gwinnett (this runs parallel to 85). Take a right onto Crescent Drive and follow it until you see the building. The parking entrance will be the first turn on your left.