There is a great new post up in the news section of GameDevelopers.ie by Pavel Barter. It covers a lot of information regarding game start-up funding and office space within Ireland. We’re also featured in this article. Check it out below or on gamedevelopers.ie
With the announcement of a new GamesSpace initiative in Dublin, indie start-ups may find it easier to source office space. In this feature, Pavel Barter explores the steps you can take to obtain funding and grow a fledgling Irish games company.
The last eight months have been a whirlwind for Tom Murphy. In July 2012, Murphy, founder of boards.ie, set up mobile games company Gone Gaming. Now he and business partner Karl Hutson are planning the worldwide launch of their first title, The Jump, in Austin or Los Angeles. The game, which features DJ Poet from pop group Black … Read More »
We have been really busy this past week here at Studio POWWOW. We had the opportunity to set up a stand to demo our game, The World of ShipAntics to the public and other game developers at Games Ireland Gathering (GIG2013) and Gaming Reimagined in the Aviva Stadium Dublin last Thurday and Windmill Lane on Friday.
We met a lot of great people who gave us some invaluable feedback on the game (Thank you if you came over to play our game by the way!).
Here are a few pictures of other developers and students playing our game. The Full Album that includes all of the pictures is available Here on our Facebook Page.
When we had time we also went around to the other developers that were showcasing their games. Pictured below are two other great Irish Game developers; Glass Robot Studios, … Read More »
Our 3 month accelerator program at NDRC LaunchPad came to an end yesterday with the Lift Off Investor Day. Richard gave a fantastic pitch for our multi-platform entertainment experience The World of ShipAntics and did the POWWOW team proud. A big congratulations to the winners of Lift Off and all the teams involved!
1st place to Conker; 2nd place to Tempity; 3rd place to Balls.ie; and special award to Prowlster.