To kick off the weekend of gaming, Kricker Innovation Hub is joining the Shawnee Game Conference to create a session focused on entrepreneurship in the gaming industry. The event will include a panel on indie game development, distribution models, and the impact of emerging technology in the gaming industry. This is a free event and light refreshments will be provided.
Video games, as an art form, offer a unique perspective and means of critique towards the cultures they're developed into.
Explore the history of "Women in Gaming" and the current climate for these developers.
A discussion on the variety of free game engines available and which one is right for you.
Current first-year and sophomore gaming students at SSU are invited to a FREE taco bar luncheon about campus resources for success at Shawnee State University. This session will be interactive and participants are eligible for free gaming prizes!
*Required to have your SSU Bear Card.
Hear a firsthand account of troubled projects in professional game development and learn how to avoid similar pitfalls on your own games.
In the year 2045, the real world is a harsh place. The only time Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) truly feels alive is when he escapes to the OASIS, an immersive virtual universe where most of humanity spends their days. In the OASIS, you can go anywhere, do anything, be anyone–the only limits are your own imagination.
For the first time in SGC history, the legendary game conference will be holding Super Smash Bros. tournaments for Melee and Ultimate! Not only that, but you can get in for free with any level of SGC pass.
Take a break from the tables and talks and come through to test your might against Smash @ Shawnee's finest and more. Register NOW!
In this presentation and Q&A, Ross and Tom will explain the esports bubble, legal liabilities associated with esports and VR, personal and product branding best practices, start-up strategies, and much much more!
Each year Shawnee Game Conference holds a Game Design Competition for Shawnee students.
Shawnee Student Research Experience fund is providing $1000.00 grant for the 1st place project. The monies were donated to SSU’s Development Foundation collected during the 2005 President’s Gala.