Come to GDC in March and hear how the Weta Gameshop team (born of a collaboration between Magic Leap and Weta Workshop) designed the eye-catching mixed-reality blast-'em-up Dr. Grordbort's Invaders!
Hey devs, make sure to leave some room in your GDC schedule for some of the insightful Developer Day sessions sponsored by industry leaders like Unity, Autodesk, Google, Amazon, Facebook, and more!
At GDC 2019 in March and you'll have the chance to spend a full day learning from some of the best and brightest in the game industry at the brand new, cutting-edge GDC 2019 Machine Learning Tutorial!
Mountains creative director Ken Wong returns to GDC this year to show you how the studio's critically-acclaimed debut mobile game was made!
A trailblazing game artist, director and producer, Kodama carved out a career in an industry historically inhospitable to women, eventually leading development of some of the most well-regarded JRPGs!
Good UI/UX is key: No matter how great your game is, people won't play it if it's a pain to learn and play. So come to GDC 2019 and learn useful UI/UX design strategies from the best in the business!
Veteran game dev John Salwitz, who's worked on everything from Rampart to Klax to Medal of Honor, will be at GDC 2019 in San Francisco the deliver a Classic Game Postmortem of Atari's arcade hit Paperboy!
Notably, Poly Bridge dev Patrick Corrieri will be at GDC 2019 to present "Community Driven Discoverability for Indies," a session of strategies for increasing the discoverability of your games!
At GDC 2019 in March you won't want to miss these opportunities to hone your mobile game-making skills and learn new ways of grabbing (and holding) a healthy playerbase!
Learn to build better games from the folks behind Insomniac's hit Marvel's Spider-Man, who will be at GDC 2019 in March sharing behind-the-scenes info on everything from traversal to facial animation!
Everyone's talking about Unknown Worlds' space scuba sim Subnautica, so make sure you don't overlook a special session at this year's GDC that affords you a unique perspective on the game's design.
The popular, foward-looking Vision Track returns for GDC 2019, and its first announced speaker is Niantic (Pokemon Go) CEO John Hanke discussing the practical challenges and exciting future of AR game dev!
If you want to level up your skills and make better, more successful virtual reality experiences, this year's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco is where you want to be!
Between Clash of Clans and Clash Royale the folks at Finnish game dev Supercell have proved they've got serious game design chops, and at GDC you'll get to see how they've built their latest hit!