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Game Conf :Summer is Coming

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Game Conf :Summer is Coming

Tweet   Are you fed up with exams? Do you think that Learning should comes with entertainment ? Do you want to start making video games and you don’t know from where to begin ? You wanna know the whole process of making a video game? Then join us at the “Game Conf :Summer is Coming”. The goal of this event is to  improve the industy of game development in Tunisia by going through all the gaming production pipeline (Pre-production , Production and Post-production). Attendees will spend the night at the hotel and get their dinner together, its a good opportunity for networking and teambuilding… A lot of fun waiting !!! A lot of speakers will talk about a specific step toward the creation of a complete game, from game design to game development , from marketing to publishing etc. We’re pleased to announce that we have 2 “all-access pass” from our partners Casual Connect & Indie Prize San Francisco 2016 and Mena Games Conferences 2017 that we’re giving away to our attendees. Book your ticket now place are limited: Link : http://www.eventbrite.com/e/game-conf-summer-is-coming-tickets-25375797694?aff=affiliate1 After you book your ticket online you should contact us to continue the payment process. *All Access pass (Bus Tunis>Hammamet>Tunis + Hotel Room : 40DT. *Standard Pass (Attending only the event) : 20DT. **Discount for TGD Members : 10DT. Infoline : Nabeul : -Rami SLIMENE 52 33 34 37 Tunis : -Houssem ben Amor : 54 58 69 09 -Hedi Friha : 52 716 958 -Marwen ounis : 99 514 719 Event Program: —-Saturday 28 May 2016—- Pre-Production : • Research • Game Design Document • Game Design • Level Design Production : • 2d Design • Modeling 3d • Texturing / UV’s • Programming • Animation • Sound Design • Collaboration Workflow… Post-Production : • Community managing • Marketing • Publishing • Monetization • Acceleration • Opportunities —-Sunday 29 May 2016—- • Best practicies session. • How To improve the industry ? ( workshop ) Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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MEGA 2016 – MENA Games Conference in Beirut 2016

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MEGA 2016 – MENA Games Conference in Beirut 2016

Tweet Why attend MEGA 2016? To promote and help expand the regional gaming industry, IFP on April 7 and 8, 2016, organized the MENA Games Conference (MEGA 2016) at Mar Mikhael Historical Train Station – Beirut, Lebanon. MEGA 2016 offers a unique platform for regional and international players to explore business opportunities in what is widely regarded as a highly promising market. 800 firms working in a variety of fields from game developing and publishing to infrastructure providing, financing and online advertising gave “act de presence” at MEGA 2016. In addition, a world-class conference hosted more than 50 speakers who discussed the future of gaming and IT in the region. Arabic Game Jam Prior to this event, the Arabic Game Jam was held on April 5 and 8, 2016. For its second edition in Beirut, the Arabic Game Jam was back to challenge the best game development teams from the Middle East & North Africa region to create an Arabic Game in 48 hours. It offered a unique opportunity to create games, meet developers and make new best friends during a fun weekend in the vibrant city of Beirut. Arabic Game Jam is the primary vehicle in the region for the next generation of game developers. A chance to steal the limelight! Participants consist of a mix of industry veterans, indie developers and students of all ages.   4 Tunisian Teams participated in the Arabic Game Jam this year; 1- Dream Team (Marouen Khadhar, Moez Karoui and Jedidi Jedidi) selected in the Orange Summer Challenge and sponsored By Orange Tunisie. 2- New Folder (2) (Emine Essid, Ahmed Benlakhdhar, Brahim Jomni and Soumaya Tekaya) sponsored by ESPRIT Mobile. 3- PEWPEW (Ahmed Ben Chedli and Mohamed Harbaoui) selected in the Global Game Jam Tunisia 2016. 4- Wololo Studio (Hedi MEJRI, Marwen Ounis, Mahmoud Amri, Med Hedi Friha and Faycel Mrabet) an emerging Tunisian Indie Game Dev Studio. This Year’s theme was a poem verse by Abou el Kacem Chebbi stating: من يتهيب صعود الجبال .. يعش ابد الدهر بين الحفر Those who FEAR Climing the mountains will live forever in holes The theme had not so many meanings and most of the teams saw some kind of Contrast (Mountain/Hole, Light/Dark, etc.) and also a certain Sermon (Life is about taking risks in order to fulfill certain dreams).     The 48H Competition was tough and the Tunisian team Dream Team won the First Prize! After last year’s success in winning Second Place, this year, The Tunisian teams proved that they were capable of winning this regional competition. Congratulations to the Winners and hard luck for the other teams!   The MENA & Turkish Game Markets A lot of buzz has been generated about the video game market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, since it is one of the fastest growing markets in the world, earning over $100 million in revenue from online gaming alone. The MENA region has the highest compound annual growth rate compared to all other regions in the world, it is considered a “gold rush” for the games industry, currently at an expected annual growth rate of 29%. As in other emerging markets, MENA has one of the largest populations of young people in the world. In addition, internet penetration rates make the region particularly attractive,...

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Global Game Jam 2016 – WINNERS

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Global Game Jam 2016 – WINNERS

Tweet   With great pleasure, we announce the winners of the 2016’s Global Game Jam held in Tunisia (29th-31st of January 2016). This year’s theme was ” RITUALS “ and more than 30 teams participated in the event. 28 of them made it to the end and successfully submitted their games. Find them Here.  1st place : Genesis by Team Pew-Pew Description: Each ritual is a sequence of movements reproduced to link different stars forming a constellation. Choose the correct sequence to reach your goal.  2nd place : Bambuzel by Team DevSpace Description: There was a Myth that says: The”BAMBUZEL” tribe worships a Demon called “Ombulgok” The appearance of this legendary monster takes place at the birth of a new Twins from the tribe. “Obungok” has a Demon Twin who was killed by the king of Demons, and the only way to revive him back is to kill One-thousand child from each Bambuzel Twin.   3rd place : Tales from Skies by Team Quantum-Dev Description: it’s a game about the daily rituals of a child and how they are seen by him.”It takes a long time to become young.” – Pablo Picasso Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Global Game Jam 2016 – Theme Announcement & Resources

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Global Game Jam 2016 – Theme Announcement & Resources

Tweet We have the pleasure to announce this year’s edition global game jam theme “RITUAL” Find attached the Resources document we prepared for you Here . Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Indie Prize SINGAPORE Application

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Indie Prize SINGAPORE Application

Tweet   Indie Prize Showcases at Casual Connect offer participants an opportunity to learn and network with other indie game developers and showcase their games, skill sets and ideas to publishers and potential partners. Indie Prize participants receive: Passes (2 passes max) to Casual Connect which grants access to the Indie Prize Showcase, sessions and parties! Criteria for submissions: Game must be in a completed playable form. IMPORTANT: Applicants MUST be able to attend Casual Connect. Limited spots available at each Casual Connect event, so apply early. Independent qualification / status:1- Company is independent and majority owned by the team. Team has sold less than 50% of the company to outside investors.2- At least 50% of the submitted game IP must to be owned by the development team NOTE: We choose a limited number of games according to our judges marks and provide the chosen participants with scholarship to participate in the Indie Prize. You’ll receive a letter with the information of your participants one month in advance before the show, on April 19. IMPORTANT: IF YOU ARE SELECTED, AFTER RECEIVING A CONFIRMATION EMAIL YOU MUST CONFIRM YOUR PARTICIPATION DURING THE NEXT 72 HOURS OTHERWISE WE WON’T BE ABLE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A SPOT. Submission Form | Due March 31st, 2016 : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lCIlIfWv7j4Y0RGkHQ7NGfa70hQOsFZWaZS6k6PQzeY/viewform Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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JCC 2015 : Convergence jeu vidéo et cinéma

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JCC 2015 : Convergence jeu vidéo et cinéma

Tweet Convergence jeu vidéo et cinéma Depuis ces dernières années, les industries culturelles du jeu vidéo et du cinéma connaissent des bouleversements technologiques, économiques et culturels qui poussent les entreprises à s’adapter à leur environnement et à renouveler l’innovation dans leur domaine. Cinéma et jeu vidéo tendent à devenir deux formes d’exploitation, l’une linéaire, l’autre interactive, d’une même base de contenus. Ils ont en effet plus d’une raison d’avancer ensemble. D’un point de vue financier d’abord, le développement de licences du cinéma vers le jeu et du jeu vers le cinéma permet à chacun de profiter de la notoriété et de la diffusion de l’autre. Aujourd’hui, film et jeu vidéo sortent presque simultanément. Pour la réalisation, la convergence est encore plus évidente. En Tunisie, ces deux domaines sont en pleine évolution mais ils ne se sont jamais croisés. Pour la première fois en Tunisie l’association Tunisian Game Developers en partenariat avec les JCC organise un débat entre des professionnels de développement jeux vidéo et du cinéma, précédé par une projection d’un documentaire qui reflète la situation actuel du développement de jeux vidéo en Tunisie. _____________________Programme__________________ 14h-14h45: *Exposition des jeux Tunisiens ( Contactez nous si vous voulez exposer votre jeu) 14h45-15h45: * Projection du documentaire + Pause 15h45-16h45: *Débat entre des professionnels du développement jeux vidéo et du cinéma   Trailer :   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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GAM’IN PROJECT

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GAM’IN PROJECT

Tweet “Ministère des Technologies de la Communication et de l’Economie Numérique” GAM’IN PROJECT : Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer que l’état tunisien, à travers le Ministère des Technologies de la Communication et de l’Economie Numérique , et via la commission du fond de développement des TIC, à leur tête son excellence monsieur le ministre Noomane Fehri , viennent d’adopter, à l’unanimité, le projet “GAM’IN PROJECT” crée par Tunisian Association of Gamers en Partenariat avec TGD (Tunisian Game Developers) afin de promouvoir l’industrie des jeux vidéo et à structurer d’avantage la communauté des gamers, des développeurs et des artistes 2D/3D. Nous tenons à remercier tous les Game developers , les Gamers et surtout notre partenaire Tunisian association of Gamers. Gaming en Force !!!! Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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A MAZE./ Johannesburg 2015 – Calling all Africa based Game

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A MAZE./ Johannesburg 2015 – Calling all Africa based Game

Tweet A MAZE./ Johannesburg 2015 – Calling all Africa based Game Designers and Playful Digital Artists! Proposal submissions now open. A MAZE./ Johannesburg is South Africa’s premier Independent Games and Playful Media Festival.  Running from the 9th to the 12th of September 2015 in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, the festival celebrates all things playful.  A MAZE./ Johannesburg is specifically interested in experimental and subversive work, but all playful projects will be considered. The A MAZE. / Johannesburg is part of Fak’ugesi – Digital Africa Festival. Join us and submit your proposal.  Submissions are open to all!Areas for submission include: Game – eg. experimental, digital, mobile, physical, tabletop, or any otherInstallation – eg.  interactive digital with a playful ethosWorkshop – eg game design, technical, professional, experimentalTalk – any inspiring game or play related topics (no money talks or pitches) These are guidelines, the only limit to what you can propose is your imagination!Submit your games and playful installations here.   Students submit their works here. Ready for a talk or workshop? Go submit your inspiring content here.   Submissions close on Friday 31 July. Website: www.amaze-johannesburg.co.za (will be updated soon)FB: https://www.facebook.com/amaze.festivalFB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/678642362279725/Twitter: @AMazeFest #AMaze2015   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Programme X EVENT

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Programme X EVENT

Tweet Programme X EVENT : 8:00 / 10:00 : Vente des tickets “une fois vous avez le ticket vous pouvez entrer pour faire le tour des stands” 10:10/10:30: Show musical 10:30/11:00: Conférence: NohaJaafer 10:45/11:00: Show musical speciale “League of legends” 11:00/11:30:BO3 “League of legends” projection + commentateur” 11:30/12:00: Conférence : Maher Daaloul   12:00/12:50: PAUSE   12:50/13:00:Break dance 13:00/13:30: Conférence : Yassir Kerbal 13:30/13:45: Show musical MANGAS 13:30/14:00: Show des cosplayers 14:00/14:30: Conférence :Youssef Ouazzani 14:30/14:45: Show musical “video games” 14:30/14:50: VideoConférence : Yassine Arif 14:45/15:00 : Show des cosplayers 15:00/15:30: Court métrage “Youtube Internet” 15:30/16:00: Présentation tn youtubers + Q and A 16:00/16:30: Show musical 17:00: Cloture Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Adhérer à l’association, développe l’industrie avec nous !!

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Adhérer à l’association, développe l’industrie avec nous !!

Tweet   Tunisian Game Developers, La 1ér et la seul association Tunisienne pour le développement de jeux vidéo, vous ouvre ses portes. En devenant membre, vous aidez l’association à avoir les moyens de ses ambitions, et vous lui permettez de vous offrir toujours plus de contenus et d’événements de qualité. Pour la somme de 10 Dt (minimum, il est possible de donner plus à votre convenance) : vous devenez adhérent pendant un an ; vous obtenez un accès anticipé aux inscriptions à nos Évents ; vous serez invité à prendre part à la vie de l’association, notamment pendant nos assemblées générales. pleins d’autres choses a découvrir alors n’hésiter pas a nous contacter… Merci pour votre confiance, et bienvenue à l’événement “X-Event” pour nous joindre. Le 26 Juillet à Esprit, a partir de 08:00 . contact@tunisiangamedevelopers.org       Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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