Hello! We are doing an art show (February 7-April 3) at the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center focused on claw machines. Most of our machines are art pieces, from a rock garden that you rake, to a machine that prints the dreams of a possessed teddy bear but we are also working on one traditional […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In partnership with EKU Gaming Institute, RunJumpDev is pleased to announce the dates for this years Vector Conference! Vector will be held this year at EKU’s Carl D Perkins Building on April 26-27. Day 1 of the 2 day conference will be focused on students (of all ages and skill levels) and learning from workshops […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This year, RJD hosted a jam site for Global Game Jam 2019! Global Game Jam is the largest game jam in the world, and we’ve hosted a site for several years. This years site has many active participants with many active teams, and even though the weather was terrible (temperatures dipped to the single digits […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
RunJumpDev – Global Game Jam 2016 is an event where participants come together over a weekend and build new games. Everyone is given a common theme or constraint and the fun is seeing the different, creative directions that people take the idea. In the beginning people pitch game ideas and teams are formed. The teams […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This month we’re incredibly pleased to present our monthly meeting speaker, video game musician and sound designer 2 Mello. 2 Mello entered the game industry by unconventional means, and continues to lead an unconventional life as a full-time musician and sound designer. In this meeting, he will discuss the journey from his starting point of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Come play games with us! You are invited to the grand opening party of Warp Zone Louisville, a game developing co-working space run by Louisville Makes Games! (a 501c3 non-profit) in the heart of museum row in downtown Louisville. There will be games on display made right here in the Louisville area with tournaments and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This month were pleased to welcome Paul Tozour, team leader of the Games Outcomes project. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out his blog posts on the project, featured on Gamasutra. Paul Tozour is a 20-year industry veteran and founder of Mothership Entertainment (Mothership-Entertainment.com), a new Austin studio developing a strategy game to […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
The EKU Gaming Institute is pleased to announce that they will be hosting a talk with John Murphy of Young Horses (perhaps most famous for the game Octodad). The talk will take place at March 3 at 7PM on the EKU campus. Tickets are currently available and are free and available to the public. A bit more about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you’re interested in getting your game seen to a local audience, then this is the event for you. Louisville Arcade Expo is opening up space for independent games, sort of like an Indie Games Alley. We are currently accepting games into the showcase, so please feel free to submit your game to the Louisville […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Rules and Play is an exhibition of interactive installation art, running at the Living Arts and Science center from June 24-August 26. The event, hosted by game development collaborative group RunJumpDev, is in its second year. The event will run for around a month and a half, featuring a kick-off event, a Gallery Hop showcase […]Continue Reading... No Comments.