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January 29th Global Game Jam

Hey! The Global Game Jam is Jan 29-31 this year! American University is hosting a site on their campus.  The entrance fee for this year’s AU site is $25, which will allow us to provide on-site meals and other amenities to make this one of our best GGJs. Sign up for […]

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December 12th

December 12th, 2015 8th annual Patriots Technology Training Center Video Game Tournament and Conference. Prince George’s Community College 9:00am – 2:00pm Local Game Developers!  Would you like 300 middle and high school students to play test your game in a casual environment? Register yourself and your game ASAP to show your […]

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alt October 27th

Other events: If pixel art is not your thing, there is another event on October 27th from the BetaBoost MeetUp: “BetaBOOST MeetUp” http://www.meetup.com/BetaBoost/events/225725793/ This meeting is in “District Taco” where we are all buying our own food.  The place is not a bar, so under 21 are welcome!  (There are […]

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October 27th AT American University Game Lab

Our regularly scheduled, 4th Tuesday event: October 27th Making Pixel Art @ the Gamelab at American University.  http://www.meetup.com/IGDA-DC/events/225946780/ Dan Silber, author of Pixel Art for Game Developers, is here to talk about his new book and the wonderful art form itself. If you have any interest at all in pixel art, […]

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Saturday, September 26th at American University

A while back, Anna Megill decided to organize an event where local indies and aspiring developers could get advice from industry veterans about their projects. The event grew and turned into more of an “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Game Dev” mixer. Many talented, seasoned industry veterans agreed […]

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