Come join Winnipeg's professional game development community for an all-weekend game-jam. If you've had an idea you really wanted to work on for a long time, or just wanted to get together in a group and finish something for a change, now is the time! Anyone with a passion and a relevant skill for game development is invited to register. There is a $10 registration fee, but the event will be fully catered for the weekend, and remember: Failure is Not an Option!
On Tuesday, July 29, we will share all the juiciest bits of content with you from Google I/O 2014.
Introduction to Adobe InDesign CC is ideal for users who want to learn key InDesign concepts and techniques in a hands on lab and focused setting. 9:30am - 5:00pm
The Manitoba Commercialization Support for Business Program gets a boost! This program supports product and process commercialization and business development in all sectors and all regions of the province and has received some upgrades based on industry feedback. The Commercialization Support for Business Program assists entrepreneurs at every stage of the business lifecycle.
Every spring New Media Manitoba and a delegation of Manitoba companies make the trip to San Francisco to be a part of the Game Developers Conference (GDC); the world's largest and longest-running professionals-only industry event with over 22,000 attendees.
Early November 2013 was a flurry of activity in the Los Angeles Convention Center which featured the first-ever combined "App Developers" and "Game Developers Next" Conference. See our video highlights online with a series of video interviews with exhibitors and speakers and have distilled them down to several important trends in both the App and Game development industries.
July 29, 2013 WINNIPEG - ZenFri Inc. a Winnipeg start-up, has been awarded $710,000 by the Canadian Media Fund (CMF) to help bring its groundbreaking game for mobile devices, Clandestine Anomaly, to market.
Yesterday, one of Canada's most iconic brands; Canadian Tire, launched an Advanced Cloud Computing Centre and "App Factory" to be hosted here in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Manitoba Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit (MIDMTC) just received a significant boost in the recently announced 2013 provincial budget. The MIDMTC has been around since 2008 but many New Media Producers found its qualifying criteria restrictive, and as a result, many interactive digital media projects did not benefit. Corrections to the tax credit have been a key priority for us over the past two years and Tuesday's 2013 budget announcement translates into a significant achievement for the New Media community in Manitoba.