Nordic Game and King have partnered to create a line of exciting mobile talks for the upcoming NG18, 23-25 May in Malmö, Sweden.
If you’re into game development on mobile, these are not to be missed! Just take a look:
Creating for Casual
Jeremy Kang, Principal Game Designer, King
This session will explore the different considerations that we take into account when creating mobile casual games at King – including how we look at core game loops, envelope/meta-game design, live ops and events, content production and level design, using examples from King’s world-famous Saga games.
Implementing Pixar’s Brain Trust Model at King
Kim Krogh, Studio Game Director, King
Pixar’s Brain Trust Model helped the animation powerhouse score 14 box office hits. Sounds like this should work for game development too, right? King tried to implement a similar system. This talk is about what went wrong and how King may have finally made it work two years later.
What’s New on Google Play
Ignacio Monereo, BD Android Apps and Games – EMEA, Google
This is your one-stop shop to hear everything that’s new with Google Play in 2018. Google Play helps developers around the world to build successful businesses with their apps and games. Learn about new product launches to improve your app quality with user feedback, boost your app performance and unlock new markets.
The First Rule of Engineering Quality
Bjorn Toft Madsen, Senior Director, King
Agreement on what engineering quality means is often impossible, but at King we’ve defined a process that makes it a lot easier. We outline an approach to achieve the same in your team.
Learn more about King at discover.king.com.
About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and 2018 is its fifteenth year. Gathering over 2,000 games industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Learn more about Nordic Game 2018, 23-25 May in Malmö, Sweden at conf.nordicgame.com – and register today!