Tickets for the third, and possibly last, Indie Games Space, are now available for free at http://indiegamesspace.eventbrite.com event.
Attendance at the event is free and tickets were limited to approx 30 on a first come first served basis for this first event.
A Ludum Dare challenge/jam also takes place this coming weekend and this Indie Games Space will use their theme. The rules are on the website http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ if you want to genuinely enter and it’s usually a 48hr thing.
Info on the Indie Games Space
The event which is aimed at, and organised by, indie developers, is providing a social and work space for indie developers to collaborate on projects of their choice.
The event is kindly supported by Filmbase who are providing a training room and facilities for the event. Filmbase is a not-for-profit resource centre for filmmakers to network, train and receive support. Gd.ie is also supporting the initiative.
How it will work
After the intros and discussion of theme people can form collaborations or teams, but working solo is also fine. You can aim to finish your game before the day is out, or you can continue and enter in a monthly challenge.
Attendees are asked to bring their own laptop, notebook, pens etc. Internet connection, desks etc. will be provided.
This event is aimed at people who have some game development or related experience and can contribute either, or both, artistic and programming skills. It is not suitable for complete beginners.
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Irish mobile game service provider, Selatra, announced today that they have signed up with Mobile Streams to include their mobile games on the http://www.appitalism.com/ app store.
The deal is an extension of Selatra’s existing distribution relationship with Mobile Streams that covers the UK, US and Asia Pacific.
The Selatra portfolio includes some of the most popular mobile gaming titles across J2ME, Android, and Windows Mobile platforms. The impressive catalog of games is sourced from over 150 game publishers and is being made available to Appitalism.com users and members around the world.
“We are keen to build on our already successful relationship with Mobile Streams and to have our games available to gaming fans through the Appitalism.com store and to opening up a new revenue channel for our partners,” commented Fergal O’Callaghan, CEO of Selatra.
Simon Buckingham, CEO of Appitalism and Mobile Streams added, “Games are the most popular downloads in our store, invariably topping our monthly download charts. It is therefore important that we keep adding new and exciting content for our members to add to their devices. With Selatra on board we now have access to a wide ranging games catalog that contains something for every type of mobile gamer.”
Appitalism.com is the first store to offer a one-stop-shop for apps across all devices and platforms. Members can discover, discuss and download over ten million premium apps. As well as games the site also stocks, songs, books, and videos compatible with a broad range of digital devices including smartphones, tablets, PCs and eBook readers.
Deadline Extension and Final Call for Papers, Panels, Workshops and Presenters:
IRL 2011: In Real Life
Challenging, Changing and Hacking Practices of Human-Being
Hosted by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA]
International Conference July 13, 14 ,15; Exhibition opens Friday July 15th
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS 5:00 PM, FRIDAY APRIL 15th, 2011
IRL 2011: In Real Life is an interdisciplinary dialogue between artists, scientists, engineers, socio-political activists, hackers and others pushing beyond the typical, stereotyped or engineered boundaries and limits to lifestyles, technologies and systems to challenge what is possible today.
Guest speakers include Dr. Henrik Scharfe and his geminoid project [geminoid.dk] and activist Kate Bornstein[http://katebornstein.typepad.com/]
Briefs need only be 300 words max; all accepted papers will be included in an ISBN-registered book which will launch the new publishing programme of IMOCA.
More information and possible topics or areas of research and practice can be found at www.imoca.ie or http://goo.gl/2d9yf
Submissions or questions please contact: email@example.com
Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA]
Pembroke Row, Dublin 2
Republic of Ireland