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Game Anglia 2018
Nov 18th 2017

Game Anglia 2018

Ipswich , UK

Date & Times: Saturday, November 18th 2017
10am to 6pm
Location: Ipswich , United Kingdom
Region: Europe
Expected Size: 250 – 500
Ticket Cost: 40 GBP
Target Audience: Developers, Indie Developers, C-Level, Marketing, Students, Creatives, Investors, Publishers, Tool Providers, Technical teams, Ad Companies, Media
Event Type: Conference
Featured Platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, Console, Handheld Console

East Anglia's biggest game development conference returns to the University of Suffolk in Ipswich. It's a day-long conference with big name speakers and a packed indie showcase area. It covers all aspects of game design and development.

The talks kick off with BAFTA award-winning Brenda Romero, game developer and industry pioneer. The day closes with a Q&A session with John Romero. John was a founding member of ID Software, the creators of such games as Wolfenstein, Doom and Quake.

Throughout the day, experts from around the world will cover a range of topics from turning game jam submissions into fully realised games, all the way to final user testing. As well as Brenda Romero and John Romero, speakers include Liz Mercuri, David Housden, Lynne Liu, Dan Da Rocha, and representatives of Ubisoft.

See the latest news about the event at its dedicated page. Tickets can be purchased from The Little Box Office.

Venue

Waterfront Building
University of Suffolk
19 Neptune Quay
Ipswich
IP4 1QJ
Suffolk
United Kingdom

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