Meet Dr. Iasmin Nejem! And uh, I guess Bob Roberts makes a little guest appearance. Anyway, here are a few little updates:
We recently found out that Sunburn! is an Official Selection at this year’s Gamercamp in Toronto! We’re super excited to be going to Toronto, and we’re really honored to be listed among some of our favorite games, like Soft Body, Slash Dash, and Particle Mace.
We also had a really good time showing Sunburn! at the NYC Media Lab Annual Summit this past Friday. Thanks to everyone who stopped by, it was great meeting you!
If you’re a Kotaku reader, you may have seen a post about the NYU Game Center Incubator games last week. That was really cool to see.
We’re really close to being able to submit this game to the app store. Just gotta optimize for the new iOS devices and fix some little bugs. Can’t wait for you all to be able to play this game. See you around!
Meet Donoma and Tim Brody! You’d better find these two valuable crew members before something bad happe-
It’s a captain’s job to search the far reaches of space for their missing crew. Let’s take it one planet at a time.
SPC Otis Hooks manages all communications. He’s also pretty good at sitting in space. Just like, hangin’ around. Not much else to do anyway.
Mere minutes after Rob Daviau’s talk on Risk Legacy, the infamous “DO NOT OPEN. EVER.” card is opened as people watch excitedly.
Photo blur intentional to avoid spoilers.
Do you wanna seeEric Zimmerman singing and playing Michael Brough’s game? YOU’RE WELCOME!!!
Eric Zimmerman: So, does anyone here disagree with or want to argue with Rob's talk?
Rob Daviau: Dude, my mom is here!!
Twitter Handles for NYU Practice 2013
Warren Spector @warren_spector
Brad Muir @bradmuir
Soren Johnson @sorenjohnson
Keith Burgun @keithburgun
Rob Daviau @robdaviaugamer
Emily Short @emshort
Sean Vanaman @vanaman
Jake Rodkin @ja2ke
Michael Brough @smesrorp
Cecilia Dolk @frkgeek
Martin Ericsson ???
Morgan Kennedy ???
Davin Pavlas @onidavin
Naomi Clark @metasynthie
Robert Yang @radiatoryang
Practice 2013 venue is packed at lunchtime with small discussion groups based on attendee interests. Topics include: the weird, interesting characters, empathy, gambling, and more.