Join us at Bristol Games Hub on Wed 16th October from 7pm to 9pm for an amazing event where the communities of game and mobile developers are going to be coming together to share idea, technologies and experience. Jointly organised by Bristol Games Hub and SW Mobile it promised to be a fascinating evening, including:
- A talk by Natalie Griffith. Natalie runs Press Space, a provider of affordable, bespoke PR and brand-building for indie game developers and technology start-ups, will be giving a talk on the subject of “Demystifying PR”
- Tomas Rawlings, cofounder of Bristol Games Hub and Auroch Digital will be giving a talk on “How to be an indie games developer”.
- A 15 minute ‘Demo Camp’ where members of both communities SWMobile can share things they’ve been working on, provide tips on games development and generally shout about what’s interesting to them! Including brief demos of games from Survivalist Games with Shelter and Large Visible Machine with The Battle for Hill 218.
‘Play Nicely are looking for a middle/heavy weight freelance Unity developer to start asap. Please email a portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.’
Greenfly Studios are looking for an artist to start at short notice. The project, not yet confirmed, would last 2-3 months and all art must be completed by October/November time. The style is a cutesy cartoon vector similar to our game ‘Drop That Candy (see dropthatcandy.com ). If interested, and available, please contact Stephen on smorris -at- greenflystudios.com with a link to your portfolio and rates.
From Michael Johnson: European Space Agency funded student Unity developer opportunity – 4th August 2013 application deadline
We have an opportunity for a student to be funded to work with us from
home or at our offices in Bristol for the next three months on our Pocket Mission Control application. The funding comes from the European Space Agency Summer of Code in Space program, full details here:
This opportunity is one element of a bigger project that we are
currently running to send an Interplanetary CubeSat and Thin-Film
Spacecraft/Landers/Rovers to the moon:
Even if it’s not for you we’d be very grateful if you would let your
colleagues and social media contacts know about this opportunity – the
deadline for applications to the European Space Agency is the 4th
August 2013 so there isn’t much time, but it is a quick application
form to fill in. Let me know if you have any questions and perhaps you’ll even pledge to join us on the moon today!
Games Lab launches next month with an information session at Creative England offices in Bristol. The event runs from 6-7.30pm on Tuesday 6th August. Register attendance here; http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/3478808209