October 19th meeting at 8:00pm in Goodwin 247

Posted: October 15th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

Hello friends,

The Queen’s Game Developers Club is set for our next meeting, and we’ve got a good one. You have to consider the fact that we might be biased when we say it, but we think it’s alright. 🙂

We’ll be meeting in Goodwin 247 on Tuesday, October 19th at 8:00pm. (that’s next Tuesday, the Tuesday of next week, and not this past Tuesday – you need time travel for that, and we exhausted our quantum goodies last meeting) It’s a different room than last time, but on the same floor, so just walk through the doors on the second floor of Goodwin and look for all the game fans. Actually, just look for Tad, he’s a pretty tall guy.

The rough agenda includes the following:

A brief presentation by Scott in which he will talk about his experience at EA Games and discuss the video game industry. Good times if you want to consider a career in games.

Tad will talk about the club’s plan to hold a “develop a game in a week” contest to be held in mid-November. He will also try to help connect club members who might be interested in playing board games together, and discuss the Games Night planned for October 26th. That’s right, we’re finally hosting a night to get people actually playing games. Do you like board games? We sure do.

(Did you know we have forums? They’re at http://forums.qgdc.ca – you should sign up if you’re not Doug, Tad, Scott, Chris, or Matt)

We might also have a mystery speaker, but since we haven’t asked him yet, that’s still in the works. Anyway, he has a really neat game, and he’s going to show us sometime. Hopefully that time is this upcoming Tuesday.

Sure do hope to see you there, and if you’d like to come out, come on out! As always, there are no club fees, no explicit memberships, and you are always welcome to bring your friends whether or not they’re Queen’s students, gamers, or Tamagotchis that need love on a fairly rigid schedule.

See you on Tuesday,
The QGDC folk (Scott & Tad)

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