Sun 6 October 2019 | 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Google For Startups – HaUmanim 12, Tel Aviv
Game Space is an event that aims to expose the local industry to interesting and new uses of existing gaming technology. The event aims to provide a fertile platform for innovative, diverse and practical materials aimed at bringing a high finish to the local games, exposing knowledge and breakthroughs or tools commonly used in the global industry. Lectures will be given in the different areas of game making – art, concept, design, programming and audio.
As part of the event, the showcase complex will be held for manufactured games and various companies.
(registration is directly to the list of event producers and not GameIS)
Game Spice was created to express the importance of innovation, creativity and passion for creating games in general, and to inspire and create quality ideas for game makers and companies in the country.
The event will feature several games, and there is room for more exhibitors. Do you have a game you want to watch? Contact us.
Wwhy Wwise? Interactive Audio Explained // Carmin Bittermann
New Possibilities with Unity’s HDRP Engine // Amit Arnon
Into the Indie: A Quick Demo of Into the Maze // Nadav Hekselman of
with the desire to create space for effective collaborations, the concept of engineering Making will present the self-presentation, giving you the opportunity to get acquainted and work between co-formed teams, or individuals seeking a collaborative work.
As part of the event, a corner board from Chammaking will be placed. Creators write down their details, what they do and what they look for; Others are welcome to collect the details and contact us.
* Recommended: Be as specific as possible in your description, and try to convey information to understand how relevant and relevant you are, as well as your overall vision.
The event will open at 7 p.m., lectures will begin at 8 p.m.
When arriving at Google Campus (in its new location), a floor space must
be added to the event space.
For each update please check the event page.
Design and Graphics: Bad Plank