Saturday 10th November, 2012
2:00pm to 5:00pm
Can you build a hackable game? Show us!
Join us for an intense and creative game building design challenge - small groups will converge, build, remix and hack together new game prototypes over the course of two days.
It's truly choose-your-own-adventure - you can return and continue working on your project, or jump into a new project, and new participants are welcome to arrive and start a new game or join an existing team. At the end of the second day we'll aim for time to demo our progress so teams can show off what they made.
You won't be starting from scratch - we'll have art and sound assets from OpenGameArt and the Liberated Pixel Cup on hand, assets from BrowserQuest, as well as libraries that provide common functionality like 2D collision and physics.
Who should come?
I run nihongoresources.com and work for Mozilla. I also do dev for Processing.js and other projects. Apparently I like math? This bio field is too short!
Designer of all things play, youth enthusiast and open web geek. Games Lead at Mozilla Foundation and Co-Founder at Athens Plaython. bio from Twitter
hacker and indie game developer; a superhero and a supervillain; working at Mozilla to make the web and help everyone around the world do the same bio from Twitter
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