PLAY AUSTRIA 1.5 am 13.06.2019
Beta-Testing of the latest games and prototypes made in Austria! What have studios, student-projects and hobbyists been cooking in their laboratories lately? You can playtest it here!
Series on the Practice of Digital Games 2018
at MuseumsQuartier / Q21 / Electric Avenue and Raum D, 1070 Wien
Thursday 13.June 19, 15:00- 22:00
SUBOTRON pro games
Beta-Testing of the latest games and prototypes made in Austria
Part of the “MuseumsQuartier Sommereröffnung”
Calling all Austrian Developers! Studios, student-projects, hobbyists!
If you´re ready to let the players test your prototypes or finished games, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and show us what you got.
Since PLAY AUSTRIA, our fair of the Austrian games scene, ist postponed, we still present an annual overview of what´s cooking in local developer laboratories.
In the last ten years, the games industry in Austria has experienced strong growth. The number of companies has multiplied, and the diversity and degree of specialization of the companies have continually grown. Small businesses and midsize companies have the opportunity to develop and market their games projects fully independently. The local industry is broadened by young, successful enterprises, whose founders are often lateral entrants from other industries or which have emerged from student projects. Recruited from this setting is the next generation of game developers, which has become more broad and dynamic in recent years thanks to the well-developed funding landscape and the continually improving economic framework.
What are these creators working on at the moment? Which milestones did they achieve during the last months? What´s their opinion on current trends? Get in touch with the local game dev scene, play with their ideas and ask them everything about their work and life.
List of games ready to play tba. here.
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Austria Wirtschaftsservice GmbH
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung vom Zentrum für Angewandte Spieleforschung der Donau Universität Krems
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung vom MuseumsQuartier Wien