This is the category to do with game developer and gaming events. We talk about a lot of them to help you make the decision of whether or not you would like to attend the event, get a booth at the event, or skip the event. We will help you out. Also, let us know if we are missing an event!
Unity is looking for 2 graduates in their first graduate research fellowship program for their Global Fellowship Program 2017.
Youngstown Cityscape is looking for volunteers to help make Youngstown beautiful for incoming businesses and visitors at the 20th Annual Streetscape.
Oak Hill is a non-profit looking to rejuvenate Youngstown into the potential it has to be. YGD is super excited to be allowed to use their facilities.
The Oak Hill Collaborative is running The Broadband Initiative survey through the end of April and will show the anonymous results later this spring.
John Lindvay, the student ambassador for Train Jam. Train Jam is a 52-hour game jam on a train filled with indie developers on their way to GDC.
Unity is providing a practically free event for the Unity Roadshow. Want to learn the basics of the Unity game engine? Come out to this almost free event.
The YGD April Game Jam 2016 was so fun, and the jammers had completed and made some wonderful games. Check out pics of the game jam!
Our first Hack Night is this Monday! Join us at Quaker Steak and Lube for wings, development, and fun! It’s this Monday, April 11, 2016.
This Sunday, April 3, 2016 the YGD April Game Jammers will be presenting the games. Come down to McDonough Museum to check them out!
Youngstown Game Developers (YGD) along with the John J McDonough Museum of Art will be hosting Youngstown’s First Game Jam!