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Announcing: San Francisco Game Developer's Workshops!

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Hello Bay Area Game Developers,

We have all heard the less than optimistic coverage on games growth. Overall casual and console game sales dropped by 26% in April. Even social game growth, a major growth area over the last few years, is not as easy with Facebook virality changes and the rise of game companies with massive user bases and large marketing muscle.

Feeling depressed? Well don't. Instead come join us July 28th at 7pm to hear Joe Dunn and Josh Rose tell you how to beat the pessimistic forecasts by combining creative design, new technology, and platform agnostic virality to create game experiences players crave, share, and keep coming back for.

There will be a brief interactive Q&A; between each speaker; so designers and developers can get a chance to get some direct opinions or strategies on some of their own games and businesses.

And of course--come party with us after the event to brainstorm, chill, or simply share a beer with awesome fellow game developers.

We look forward to seeing you there.

When: July 28th, 7-9pm Afterparty: 9-10pm
Where: Art Institute of California, 4th floor, 10 UN Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94102

Afterparty: from 9-10pm, location: Jillians, downtown in the Metreon


DETAILS & REGISTRATION: http://bayareavideogamedevelopermeetup.eventbrite.com/

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