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Lancement Orange Summer Challenge 2015

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Lancement Orange Summer Challenge 2015

Tweet “Orange Summer Challenge 2015” Orange Summer Challenge 2015 : C’est parti pour Orange Summer Challenge 2015. Le Developer Center accueille à nouveaux 12 stagiaires de diverses universités pour le challenge de l’été. Pour cette édition 2015, Orange Summer Challenge sera organisé en collaboration avec Tunisian Game Developers. L’objectif principal consiste à motiver et à développer l’ingéniosité de nos jeunes geeks en les mettant dans des conditions de concurrence pour la réalisation de trois jeux vidéo sous le thème culture, patrimoine et histoire de la Tunisie. Une sélection de jeux qui va permettre de mieux valoriser le patrimoine culturel tunisien. Grace aux jeux vidéo on découvre de manière ludique le patrimoine, l’histoire et l’architecture de la Tunisie. Durant les deux mois d’été, les participants à Orange Summer Challenge 2015 devaient respecter les délais et adopter une organisation de travail affin de répondre à des spécifications fonctionnelles et techniques précises. Pour cela il y aura un suivi, des coachs et des workshops tout au long de la compétition pour assurer une ambiance et un cadre favorable au bon développement de la meilleure application. Ce challenge est une belle opportunité aux participants pour avoir un encadrement par les meilleurs experts en développement des jeux vidéo en Tunisie avec la participation des experts de l’association Tunisian Game Developers. Par la suite et après une compétition de deux mois très serrés les jeux réalisés seront jugées par un panel d’experts et des prix seront remis à l’équipe gagnante. Rendez-vous pour la suite, lorsque les résultats seront disponibles. Source: Cliquer ici. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Orange Summer Challenge 2015 :Ouverture des inscriptions

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Orange Summer Challenge 2015 :Ouverture des inscriptions

Tweet   “Orange summer challenge 2015“ Orange Developer Center en partenariat avec Tunisian Game Developers annoncent: Le coup d’envoi du prochain Orange Summer Challenge 2015 sera donné le 29 juin. L’objectif principal consiste à motiver et à développer l’ingéniosité de nos jeunes geeks en les mettant dans des conditions de concurrence autour d’un développement défini par un cahier des charges. Le Game development sera le thème d’orange summer challenge 2015 vu que ce domaine est devenu de plus en plus sollicité. Il y aura un suivi, des coachs et des workshops tout au long de la compétition pour assurer une ambiance et un cadre favorable au bon développement de la meilleure application.Ce challenge vous donne une belle opportunité d’avoir un encadrement par les meilleurs experts en développement mobile avec un accès à une technologie de pointe. Si vous êtes un développeur ou un designer alors : Participez à la nouvelle session d’ Orange Summer Challenge 2015. Le coup d’envoi sera donné le 29 juin. Si vous êtes intéressés, n’hésitez pas à nous envoyer votre demande (CV + lettre de motivation) avant le 14 juin à l’adresse suivante : contact.dev-center@orange.com Pour plus D’information : Cliquer içi Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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UNITE 2015 BOSTON IS COMING. SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2015 UNITY AWARDS ARE OPEN!

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UNITE 2015 BOSTON IS COMING. SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2015 UNITY AWARDS ARE OPEN!

Tweet     Unite 2015 is coming up quick! The show takes place September 21-23 in Boston at the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center. Call for speakers is officially open so if you have some knowledge you’d like to drop on the Unity community, you have until June 12 to submit your talk proposal. Super Early Bird pricing is also ending June 12 so make sure to register and get the lowest price. The show is sure to be incredible in a city that’s home to such a vibrant developer community. Along with all of the learning and networking, we’re also happy to be celebrating the 8th Unity Awards and we’re happy to announce that submissions for Unity Awards 2015 is officially open as of today! Held each year during the Unite conference, these prestigious awards recognize the most exceptional gaming or interactive creations developed using Unity over the past year. Submissions will be open from now until July 31, 2015. Submitting is easy. Just head on over to our submission page and fill out the form. Once all nominations have been received, Unity will narrow the entries down to six finalists in each category and then open up voting to the community for all categories. Community votes will account for 50% of the total vote with Unity employees accounting for the other 50%. This will be the same for all categories except for the Community Choice, where the community will account for 100% of the votes. General voting will begin in August, 2015. The categories this year include: Best 3D Visual Experience – Submissions for this category will be judged based on artistic merit including thematic and stylistic cohesion, creativity, and/or technical skill. Best 2D Visual Experience – Submissions for this category will be judged based on artistic merit including thematic and stylistic cohesion, creativity, and/or technical skill. Best Gameplay – Intuitive control, innovation, creativity, complexity, and fun are what make games enjoyable and entertaining–we’re looking for games that excel in one or all of these areas. Best VizSim Project – Unity projects come in all shapes and sizes; this year we’re looking for projects that have some real world grounded applications for visualization, simulation, and training. Best Non-game Project – Unity-authored products that fall outside of games or VIzSim including projects such as art, advertising, interactive books and comics, digital toys, interactive physical installations, and informational programs will want to submit for this award. Best Student Project – This award is for projects (games or otherwise) worked on by students currently being completed as part of the curriculum of an educational institution. Projects will be judged based on creativity, technical merit, and overall artistic cohesion among graphics, sound, and presentation. NEW! Best VR Experience – For the first time, we’re adding an award for the best VR experience. Because this medium is still so new and the number of commercially released experiences is so small, we’re opening this category up to all work in progress submissions as well. Projects will be judged based the quality of the build submitted. NEW! Asset Store Award – For the first time, we’re specifically calling out Asset Store submissions that have been released in the last year. These can be anything from particle packs to full editor extensions. Community...

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Tunisia wins the Game category of the ImagineCup Microsoft Arab semi Final

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Tunisia wins the Game category of the ImagineCup Microsoft Arab semi Final

Tweet   “T2 Team from Tunisia”   The world’s premiere student technology competition it was a Big success for Tunisia in its 13th year with 3 big competitions: Innovation, Gaming and World Citizenship. Teams from 13 Arab countries  competed to win the Pan Arab Semifinals. Three winning teams from the three categories, World Citizenship, Innovation and Game development  qualified to participate in the worldwide finals of Imagine Cup Seattle. T2 Team from Tunisia wins the Game category of the ImagineCup Microsoft Arab semi Final. T2 ( Bilel Tabekh, Haithem Stiti and  Achref Trabelsi) Straight to Seattle ! Good Luck we are Proud of you guys.     .   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Imagine Cup Pan Arab 2015

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Imagine Cup Pan Arab 2015

Tweet   Tunisian Teams are ready in Bahrain for the Imagine Cup Pan Arab 2015 semi finals. Thirty-six teams, including three from Tunisia, will compete today in the Pan Arab Imagine Cup champion title and represent the Arab world in the Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in Seattle.It continues until June 2 at the Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq Thalassa Sea and Spa. Student projects will focus on one of the three categories  world citizenship, innovation, and Games. Good Luck to our Tunisian Teams. “T2“ Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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NGC & AGJ Experience 2015

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NGC & AGJ Experience 2015

Tweet   The Tunisian Game Developers association mainly aims to promote game development in Tunisia, and that’s why, three of its members participated in the “Nordic Games Conference 2015” followed by the “Arabic Game Jam”. The two events took place in Malmö, Sweden from the 20th of May until the 25th. Hedi MEJRI and Marwen OUNIS (both 1st year @ESPRIT studying Computer Science Engineering) and “Imen MAHJOUBI” (2nd year @ESPRIT as well studying Mobile Apps Development) were invited to participate in these two events after their astonishing success in the MENA Games in March, 2015 that took place in Beirut, Lebanon. In this article, one of the participants will be sharing his personal experience. “As soon as we arrived to Malmö, we were amazed by the great atmosphere that reigned over there, and that is definitely irrelevant to Tunis. As we wandered around the city, many signs indicated the “magnitude” of the game development industry in the Nordic countries. No wonder, why, great publishers and games studios such as “King”, “Massive Interactive” and “Paradox interactive“ settled their HQs over there. We finally arrived to the place where the Nordic Games Conference was held; a renovated old train station, decorated and looking geeky enough to attract any amateur of game development. As soon as we got our passes, the journey began; exhibitors eager to make contacts as soon as you stepped into their space, famous people surrounded by many fans, organizers attentive to the slightest details. We started our round by the Unreal Engine and Unity booths; they were amazed by the fact that some Tunisian developers tend to make games using their Engine. They were eager to create a Tunisian Unreal Engine Community since there is none in the Arab countries. Following U.E. , we jumped straight to Digital Tutors, the famous MOOC for Designers and programmers whom were astonished by our commitment to create a sort of a DT studying groups including major discounts on annual subscriptions and promised to give-away subscription packs for the most active users. The remaining booths were mainly publishers, Indie Studios, games promoting companies and famous 3D Modeling Softwares such as Autodesk Maya and Max. Talking to these exhibitors gave as a clear vision on why the Game Dev Industry is very flourished in that region of the World. The last thing a game developer or an Indie Studio should worry about, is investment. Unlike the atmosphere in Tunisia, they like to keep things simple. Talk-shows and round-tables were great as well, targeting sensitive issues and showcasing some success stories as there was no rivalry between studios and famous publishers. They knew that this would not benefit to any of them. And that explains why they have such a strong community. After the two-days marathon, we knew that the “Nordic Games Conference” is the PLACE TO BE AT considering how this would benefit on our emerging game dev community. Following this big event, the three of us took part of the Arabic Game Jam 2015, 2nd Edition in a very pleasant Institute. We split up in order to join local teams, therefor, to gain a unique experience. The theme for this second edition was “ARABIC – Transition”. The Competition had no winner(s), but we were all winners after all.” By Hedi MEJRI Share...

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Nordic games conference & Arabic Game Jam 2015

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Nordic games conference & Arabic Game Jam 2015

Tweet Nordic games conference 2015 The Tunisian Game Developers Community is represented by three members : Marwen Ounis, Hedi Mejri and Imen Mahjoubi in the Nordic Games Conferences and the Arabic Game Jam taking place in Malmö, Sweden. Make us proud. Good luck. http://arabicgamejam.org/ http://conf.nordicgame.com/   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Humble Games

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Humble Games

Tweet Humble Games est un concept nomée par L’association Tunisian Game Developers.Le rôle des développeurs Tunisiens ne consiste pas seulement a développer des jeux mais aussi de faire partie de la développement de notre tunisie. Humble Games est une serie d’évenements qui sera organisée  dans le but d’aider les associations humanitaires.Les évenements seront “NO PRICE” ,cela ne veux pas dire que c’est gratuit. NO PRICE veux dire que l’argent n’est pas notre motivation mais on accepte des dons qui seront versé à des associations humanitaires afin qu’elles poursuivent leurs buts et s’améliorent.   Humble Games is a concept by the Tunisian Association Game Developers.The role of the Tunisians developers is not just to develop games but  also become part of the development of our Tunisia. Humble Games is a series of events to be organized  to assist and help the humanitarian associations.The events will be “NO PRICE”, this does not mean it’s free. NO PRICE mean that money is not our motivation but we accept donations that will be donated to humanitarian associations to pursue their goals and improving. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Mena Games Conference

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Mena Games Conference

Tweet   Mena Games Conference 2015 Arabic Game Jam 2015 “Beirut”:  Now in its fourth year, Arabic Game Jam is departing from Malmo and landing in the Middle East for the very first time. Arabic Game Jam comes to Beirut as part of the Mena Games conference taking place on the 24th and 25th of March 2015. Results : http://arabicgamejam.org/agj-beirut-game-concepts-2015/ 1st Place : CLOSED BORDERS Team: Ram Raw-Jordan 2nd Place :FIND KATKOUT Team: NewGen team Tunisia 3rd Place :MURID Team: Dervish-Morocco  NewGen team_Tunisia Mena Games Conference 2015 “Beirut”: With the purpose of supporting the Online Mobile and console game Industry growth in the Middle East & North Africa region, IFP Group is organizing the MENA Games Conference & Exhibition (MEGA 2015). The Conference & Exhibition  attract representatives from 400 International and local companies serving the gaming industry in all its sectors: “game publishers, developers, infrastructure and mobility providers, mobile payments, analytic and user acquisition services, design to platforms and online advertising companies”. The agenda features talks on developing games for the region, exploring the role investors can play in the industry and trends impacting the MENA gaming industry and more. The event will end with an overview of the gaming market to explore opportunities in region. The heads of Developers Games Association from the MENA region present the opportunities and challenges of developing games in their respective countries. “Mena Games Conference 2015“ Website: www.menagames.com   Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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Meeting GGJ organisers at GDC 2015

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Meeting  GGJ organisers at GDC 2015

Tweet The tunisian Global Game Jam site organisers was present in the annuel meeting. The Global Game Jam round table at GDC was great! So good to see everyone in San Francisco! Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus...

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