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The Number One Educational Resource for the Game Industry

Session Name: Micro Postmortems
Speaker(s): Sun Park, Young-Min Park, Aevee Bee, Christine Forbus, Garrett Cooper
Company Name(s): Turtle Cream, Turtle Cream, Mammon Machine, Super Duper Game Company, Super Duper Game Company
Track / Format: Game Career Seminar

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Overview: Making games in small teams is difficult, but massively rewarding. Full creative control, purity of vision, and the ability to take risks. These three games did just that, though they came from different backgrounds, and represent totally different experiences - from a cyberpunk first person slasher made in Texas, to an intricate visual novel made in Washington, to an abstract platformer from Korea, these three teams will share what went well and what could have gone better during the development process.

GDC 2016

Sun Park

Turtle Cream

Young-Min Park

Turtle Cream

Aevee Bee

Mammon Machine

Christine Forbus

Super Duper Game Company

Garrett Cooper

Super Duper Game Company

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Game Career Seminar

Game Career / Education