[Invitation] Skype group chat for Game Developers

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by devtigris, Aug 22, 2016.

  1. devtigris

    devtigris New Member

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    We moved from Skype to Discord. Just didn't want to make a double post (can't change title.)

    Join Gamedev Cafe for a chat and a meetup with game developers, talk games, showcase work.

    So far, we have 1500+ members and growing each month.

    Join link: https://discord.gg/DB62fjX

    Who is this for?

    * meet other game developers for networking
    * WIP screenshots on your current projects
    * Steam Green Light and KickStarter projects are welcome
    * promoting your Twitch channel, game demos or published work.
    * Hosted and moderated 24/7
    * all experience levels are welcome
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    We're all just a bunch of friendly game devs, and quite a few regulars who like to share our gamedev work and encourage each other to make games


    Who is this for?
    Most of us are pretty much indies who are into following aspects of game dev:

    * C#, C++

    * Unity and UE game development
    * 3D modeling (blender, maya, zbruÄsh)
    * opengl/c++ programmers
    * voice acting (actors and actresses)
    * show us your Green Light game, and we'll think about yes-voting it.
    * primarily, it's about game development, promoting and sharing your work, and experience.

    What to expect?

    * indiedev banter
    * inspire gamedevs by showing your work or be inspired by others
    * share your current creation, art, screenshots
    * meet other dedicated indies, we're all here literally making games 24/7
    * share your green light game
    * exchange marketing experience

    We hope to see you there!
     
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  2. devtigris

    devtigris New Member

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    If you are a game developer. If you're working on a game now, you're welcome to stop by to meet other indies and talk about game development.

    We have a group of serious game devvers who are there every day, sharing screenshots and engaged in fun discussions on crafting, art and promotion.

    Oh, also... One of our members has developed a game Ultimate Solid and I playthrough'ed it on our channel. The footage helped to advertise the game!

    If you have a game you're working on, just mention it in our chat either on Discord in #playthrough or on Skype cloud (no account required)

    We're looking for games that are at least 75% finished, in order to qualify for a playthrough. Your game will be aired on Tigris Plays YouTube and Twitch.tv

    We're also looking for more game developers who are currently working on a game.
     
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    devtigris New Member

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    We're still here and our group is growing. Anyone is welcome to join to show their game, meet other game developers or... post or find a game dev job in jobs section! We had some voice acting talent hired for a KickStarter project the other day!
     
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    devtigris New Member

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    Bump... our join link has expired, but I updated it so it should work now!
     

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