Flash Game Development Meetups

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Make games Share knowledge Support one another CiGDA (often pronounced 'sig-dah') is a free, open and supportive, grass roots group for game developers (artists, designers, coders, etc.) We meet with the purpose of learning and sharing information ab

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Indie Game Geeks
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IGDA Sydney Meetups bring local developers together to play-test games, give feedback and share tips on working in the games industry. These meetups can be at a gallery, cafe or pub - anywhere with enough power to juice our laptops! Grab a drink and

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The Cross-Platform Games Meetup New York is a meeting place for anyone interested in creating cross-platform games. It will provide a platform for learning and collaboration around the development, distribution, and monetization of cross-platform gam

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Besides a passion for playing video games, there are those of us who have a passion for making them. Come meet other Video Game developers. Trade tricks. Talk shop. Find collaborators. Promote your game. Complain about past/current jobs/studios. Gloa

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Game Devs
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The vision of the Adobe Flash Eastside Meetup Group is to: * Concentrate on the needs of the attendees. * Focus on Flash (although, if there is sufficient interest and knowledge, this may expand to FLEX and AIR, etc.) Depending on attendee usage, the

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Adobe Flash Enthusiasts
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We've had a fairly active group of (mostly) indie game developers for a few years, but that's mostly been in a few pockets, like Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Santa Fe. We hope to expand that and get more local development going! If you're a game devel

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Game Developers
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This group is for anybody who is interested in developing mobile apps using Corona SDK! We get together to share ideas, code and development tips and promote each other's apps. We want to build a local Corona SDK community.

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October 23, 2012

The Cross-Platform Games Meetup New York is a meeting place for anyone interested in creating cross-platform games. It will provide a platform for learning and collaboration around the development, distribution, and monetization of cross-platform gam

324
Members
January 23, 2012

This group is for anybody who is interested in developing mobile apps using Corona SDK! We get together to share ideas, code and development tips and promote each other's apps. We want to build a local Corona SDK community.

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Corona SDK Junkies
December 17, 2011

We've had a fairly active group of (mostly) indie game developers for a few years, but that's mostly been in a few pockets, like Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Santa Fe. We hope to expand that and get more local development going! If you're a game devel

123
Game Developers
November 27, 2011

IGDA Sydney Meetups bring local developers together to play-test games, give feedback and share tips on working in the games industry. These meetups can be at a gallery, cafe or pub - anywhere with enough power to juice our laptops! Grab a drink and

473
Game developers
November 15, 2011

Besides a passion for playing video games, there are those of us who have a passion for making them. Come meet other Video Game developers. Trade tricks. Talk shop. Find collaborators. Promote your game. Complain about past/current jobs/studios. Gloa

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Game Devs
October 12, 2011

Make games Share knowledge Support one another CiGDA (often pronounced 'sig-dah') is a free, open and supportive, grass roots group for game developers (artists, designers, coders, etc.) We meet with the purpose of learning and sharing information ab

728
Indie Game Geeks
July 6, 2008

The vision of the Adobe Flash Eastside Meetup Group is to: * Concentrate on the needs of the attendees. * Focus on Flash (although, if there is sufficient interest and knowledge, this may expand to FLEX and AIR, etc.) Depending on attendee usage, the

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Adobe Flash Enthusiasts
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