4th International Independent Videogames Festival in Berlin -
April 22 to 24, 2015 – plus extra Family Day
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Thursday, April 23 • 16:30 - 18:00
Indie Arena – Under The Hood Sessions FULL

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If you’ve ever wondered how a certain feature was put together or how they managed to make that one effect, then this session is right for you. Independent developers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland have brought their project files and are ready to answer all your questions. Whether it’s technical development, art workflow or game design issues.

The session begins with a short introduction into the individual developers, their projects and key issues. Each developer is seated at their own table, with their project bare and ready to be ogled. Simply join them, watch them rummage in the intestines of their game and listen to how they approached and overcame their development challenges. Feel free to ask the most detailed technical questions.

Moderator: Martin Nerurkar

Das Tal: Sebastian Dorda, Alexander Zacherl
Temple of Cerberus: Raffael Zica
Editor Scripting: Oliver Eberlei
Future Unfolding: Mattias Ljungström
Chaos Projectile: Anna Dorokhova, Maik Helfrich
The Unstoppables: Michel Wacker, Julien Busson

Participant requirements: English, good familiarity with game development

Tools participants should bring: none

Intended audience: Developers interested in the nitty gritty solutions to these special problems that seem to crop up, no matter the project

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Martin Nerurkar

Creative Director, Sharkbomb Studios
Martin somehow managed to combine his passion for video games with his architecture degree. Currently he lives a double live as a freelance game and interaction designer by day and independent game developer by night. He's also co-founder of the German Indie Developer community Indie... Read More →

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Indie Arena

The Indie Arena is a community and nerve-cluster for the independent game developers in the German-speaking countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Founded in 2013 it has amassed over 400 members.

Thursday April 23, 2015 16:30 - 18:00 CEST
Ambulatorium Revaler Str. 99, Berlin

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