The second annual DigiFest Game Jam would like to welcome any and all programmers, artists, animators, designers, and musicians to come make a game. Find your friends, get your team together, and come hang out with other hobbyist and professional game developers. No friends? No worries. There will be other people who come unprepared, too. The jam takes place at the Bossier Civic Center from September 20th starting at 3pm and continue on Saturday 10-5pm and Sunday 10-3pm. Some computers are available but we encourage you to bring your own equipment (laptops, tablets, paper, dice, etc).
The Game Jam will be lead by developer Nolan Baker. No need to pre-register just show up Friday at 3-4pm for a chance to participate!
Nolan Baker is a developer for Moonbot Studios with expertise in game design, artificial intelligence and graphics. He began his lunar mission on the development team for The Fantastic Flying Books Mr. Morris Lessmore storybook app. He also contributed to Moonbot's second storybook app, The Numberlys and the IMAG·N·O·TRON, an augmented reality companion to the Morris Lessmore picture book. Nolan graduated from Centenary College with a degree in Mathematics in 2010. He also teaches courses in game programming at Louisiana State University in Shreveport.