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DIY Stations


Are you wondering how to become a game developer? You’d like to experience how to make games? You’re at the right place!

Guided by experts, here children, pupils, and students can take their first steps in the practice of game development. What components are necessary in a game and how do they interrelate? What (free) software is available and which is the right one for me to start with at home? These questions and many more are not only answered, but also immediately put into action. Stories, games, and animations are collaboratively created and basic computer programming concepts are conveyed. A virtual picture of your ideas emerges.

To this end, various stations with software for all age groups like Unity, GameMaker Studio 2, Godot Engine, Twine, and Ren’Py are available for you to try out and get to know.

Broken Rules

Since 2009, Broken Rules has been developing unusual computer games which captivate with their unique artistic style and with themes that go far beyond common game clichés. In the current project Old Man’s Journey, for example, players experience the moving life story of an elderly man. The team working with Felix Bohatsch, Clemens Scott, Jan Hackl, Peter Vorlaufer, and Martin Pichlmair has won many international prizes with its games, which have been released on iOS, PC, Nintendo, and Android platforms.

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