If you are in any way involved with game development, you’ve probably heard of Ludum Dare, a video game development competition that has been around since 2002. Mike Kasprzak, one of the original organizers of this amazing event, graciously took some time out of his very busy schedule to talk to me about Ludum Dare: what it is, how it got started, his role, and what importance this amazing event holds for those interested in game development as a whole.
What is Ludum Dare?
Hey Its June 2nd! There's less then one month left to get your demo submitted for the Level Up 2009 Game demo challenge. Get it submitted!
There was two HUGE announcements last week in case you missed it.
First, Intel is awarding a $100.00 Visa or American Express cash gift cards for the entry with the highest votes from the week prior. How's that for incentive to get your submission in?
Calling all game development educators! Your students can benefit from being involved in our Intel Visual Adrenaline Game Demo Challenge going on right now! Students from a wide range of disciplines can enter, including those with a focus on video game development, art, computer science, music/composition, computer programming, and much more. Students can form small teams where one student may code the game play, another may do the code threading, another may design the soundtrack, and yet another ca
Back in August we kicked off a contest to encourage developers to create games that made innovative use of Havok Physics and Animation for PC. We put $40,000 worth of prizes up for grabs and today we've announced the winners!
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