RunJumpDev is proud to announce a partnership with the EKU Gaming Institute to present Vector: Directions in Game Development. The event will be held April 30, 2016. Vector is an upcoming game conference to be held at Eastern Kentucky University in collaboration with the EKU Gaming Institute, the Richmond office of the Kentucky Innovation Network, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Like GDC micro-talks, but with food. This month, we’re keeping the meeting fairly casual and asking that YOU submit topics that you’d be interested in discussing for (at most) 7 minutes. Want to tell us about a new feature you’ve discovered? Want to complain about the fall of games through micro-transactions? Want to get excited about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
RunJumpDev – Ludum Dare 34 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 then build […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This month, we’re pleased to welcome Stef Keegan as our monthly meeting game development speaker. Stef Keegan is a filmmaker turned independent game developer based in London and is one half of the team working on Pixel Ripped 1989 for the Oculus Rift. She will be talking about her entry into the world of game […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Experience a haunted trail in virtual and augmented reality! Join us for our first ever Halloween Virtual Reality Experience, Haunted Pixels, created by members of RunJumpDev and hosted by Kre8now. Players will be wheeled away to a nightmarish landscape unparalleled in the real world, and shown horror and terror that can only be experienced in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This month we’re pleased to feature William Chyr as our monthly meeting speaker.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thank you Ashly Burch for taking the time to talk to us about voice acting, and answering a lot of great questions from our live and Twitter audience. You can watch the whole video on our YouTube account.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Our friends at the EKU Gaming Institute have invited us to come down and check out their program as well as see some of their new features — including a motion capture studio. The event will be about the current and future goals of the Gaming Institute and plans to allow game studios from the surrounding […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Let’s celebrate Labor Day (well, the Saturday before) with some friendly competition! This is the Labor Day LAN, hosted by Lexington’s game development group RunJumpDev.If you enjoy gaming with other people, local multiplayer games or couch competitive games, this is the event for you. There will be tournaments and door prizes at the LAN. What do […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Saturday, June 27th, RunJumpDev volunteers brought the Lexitron over to Lexmark for an exciting afternoon of games. At the end of another successful Youth Science Summit, hosted on Lexmark’s Lexington campus, the kids got to unwind with the always popular Lexitron arcade machine. It was delightful o see the kids line up to play video […]Continue Reading... No Comments.