Organizers welcome any and all one-of-a-kind game peripherals, contraptions, and novelties which enhance game experiences and challenge our expectations -- but you must submit today!
There's an exciting new Devil May Cry game in development, and GDC 2019 attendees will have the opportunity to hear firsthand how Capcom is designing this cutting-edge stylish action game.
Hey game makers, the call for submissions to Alt.Ctrl.GDC 2019 ends Friday! To get your creative juices flowing, today we highlight previous Alt.Ctrl.GDC standout Please Stand By!
The action roguelike has now sold well over a million copies, even in the face of outstanding competition, and at GDC 2019 you'll get to learn firsthand how developer Motion Twin pulled it off!
From Angry Birds to The Sims, the devs of a bunch of successful F2P games will take the stage at GDC 2019 next March to share what they know about succeeding in an ever-shifting market.
How do popular mobile games rise to the top, and how can you help your own do the same? Find out at GDC 2019, which will host insightful talks from the Deconstructor of Fun folks and other experts.
Submissions for the popular Alt.Ctrl.GDC showcase at GDC 2019 close a week from next Friday, so now's the time to submit your weird, offbeat controller prototypes! To inspire you, here we profile
To help you better understand desire and how it relates to your work, Harvard Desirability Lab director Dr. Beth Altringer will present an intriguing talk on the science of desirability at GDC 2019!
The Level Design Workshop returns to GDC 2019 for the tenth year running, and if you care at all about levelcraft you won't want to overlook this day-long series of talks!
Louis Castle, a game industry veteran known best for co-founding (with fellow luminary Brett Sperry) the trailblazing Westwood Studios, will deilver a Classic Game Postmortem on Command & Conquer!
Featuring talks from some of the biggest studios in the business, the Tools Tutorial Day returns to GDC 2019 to offer you a deep dive on building tools that enable teams to ship amazing games.
Organized for the 6th year running by Adriel Wallick, Train Jam is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for devs to ride the rails and build games together, which will then be part of an on-site GDC showcase!