The annual PLAY seminar is back. This year we focus on a key part of game design: The Player.
We have a great line-up of competent people in this field. The speakers are game writer Meg Jayanth, gamer data analyst Nick Yee, game researcher Bob de Schutter and more.
The inaugural Aalborg-based festival opens today. DADIU alums are demonstrating DADIU games and answering questions about the DADIU semester throughout the festival. And that is not all:
DADIU's main teacher Thomas Howalt will give a talk on 'Five Easy Ways to Fail' at the Business Track Thursday August 25th at 11:45.
The DADIU 2015 game Uprise has been nominated in two categories at Game Scope: Best Student Project and Best Audio. Game Scope is a new festival held in Aalborg August 2016. The festival is about celebrating games and gaming culture, and The Game Scope Award committee has nominated games in ten different categories - DADIU is very proud to be among the nominees.
The National Film School of Denmark is looking for a new head of the Animation Director Programme. The new head will also be the head of DADIU - replacing Gunnar Wille, who was part of founding both programmes but has chosen to focus on other projects in the future.
For the 30th time anniversary for SpilBar, we have invited American game designer, author and professor Eric Zimmerman. After the talk there will be lots of time to mingle - and there will be drinks and burgers.