On Thursday, August 2, we were lucky enough to have two experts in free-to-play videogame art and marketing, Isabel and Andrés Tallos from Everguild, at F2P Campus.
Their conference, which took place in the auditorium of the Vitoria-Gasteiz Artium Museum, gave us the opportunity to learn about their experience in the industry and take home some tips for making better games.
When Nacho Pintos burst into the videogame industry eight years ago with Flee, a game that emulates the old Nintendo Game & Watch games, he was fulfilling his childhood dream. After years as a software engineer he took the leap and turned the final project of his post-graduate course in videogames into a title acclaimed by critics and players alike.
F2P Campus, the first campus focussed on the development of free-to-play videogames, was launched today in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the capital of the Basque Country. The ceremony took place at the site of the campus, the Artium museum, and included institutional representation from the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council, the Álava Regional Government and the Basque Government.
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