Registrations for Talk & Play #25 on May 23rd at the Game Science Center are open, please RSVP via Meetup if you’d like to attend. The three speakers have got something in common: they’re all new Berliners who moved here in the last few weeks. So come and get to know your new neighbours: Brie Code, James Coote and Linsey Raymaekers. Allan Cudicio will be the event host this time, welcoming participants and introducing speakers.
Sign up now if you’d like to exhibit your game during the second part of the evening, there’s only a few slots left.
Looking for a job?
Great, because the following companies are hiring:
- Senior Game Developer Unity / C# at GameDuell
- Executive Producer at GameDuell
- Web Developer at Thoughtfish
- Producer at Thoughtfish
Find more jobs on the BerlinGameScene.com Job Board.
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Here’s a list of games made in Berlin that have been released in the last few weeks. If your project is missing, or if you know of one that should be included, please let me know.
- Bugbury by Catherine Claudet
- Card Thief by Tinytouchtales
- Duel VR by Booster Space
- DYSTROPICANA by artgames
- Fail Quiz by Fail Loop
- Left by Josia Roncancio
- Runic Rampage by Electrocosmos
- Melone in the Dark by Marius Winter & Nick Maierhöfer
- Mush Mush VR by Vladimir Storm
- Phoning Home by Ion Lands
- Sudoku Sweeper by Ed Biden
- Takume by Crafting Legends
- Tumbling Home by Tristan Dahl
- Zombie Match by Creating Dust Studios
Have you heard? Other news from Berlin
Ubisoft / Blue Byte is opening a new studio in Berlin.
The Computerspielemuseum is turning 20 this year. To celebrate, they’ve released a ZX Spectrum game.
Two games made in Berlin have won a Deutscher Computerspielpreis award in the category “Bestes Nachwuchskonzept”: DYO and ViSP – Virtual Space Port.
The third edition of Codemotion Berlin will take place at Kulturbrauerei Berlin on October 12 & 13. The conference has a GameDev/VR track and is currently looking for speakers. Call for papers deadline is June 15.
A MAZE.’s Melon Game Jam (which included a few submission from Berlin) got featured on Kotaku.
Looking for new podcasts to listen to? I highly recommend checking out Life and Dev – Game makers talk from Berlin by Elise Terranova. If German’s not an issue, you should also give Game Dev Podcast and Poor Player a try.
For an up-to-date list of game-related events happening in the city, check the Events Calendar section on BerlinGameScene.com.
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Featured image: DYSTROPICANA by artgames.