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Upcoming Masterclasses in London and San Francisco
If you want to get yourself or your team totally up to speed on F2P game design, and ready to face the challenges of 2016, a day spent at a GAMESbrief Masterclass is the best investment you...
- Posted 2 weeks ago
Last chance: London Masterclass tickets are nearly gone!
GAMESbrief will hold its last Masterclass of 2015 in London this Friday – we’ve got a small number of tickets still available for the event, so if you or your studio want to get a head start...
- Posted 3 months ago
London Masterclass – Get a headstart on your 2016 ambitions!
Planning a change for your business or your career in 2016? Want to move on to greater success, make better games, and make more money? Get an early start on the New Year by booking a place...
- Posted 3 months ago
Next week: Business Masterclass in Brighton
GAMESbrief’s hugely successful Business Masterclass event returns to Brighton next Monday, July 13th. With small class sizes, in-depth presentations from the industry’s top consultant and practical hands-on sessions where you work with your industry peers to apply...
- Posted 7 months ago
Brighton Masterclass 2015: Supercharge your F2P Design
Following a sold-out event in San Francisco in March, the second of GAMESbrief’s annual public Business Masterclasses will be held in Brighton, UK, this July 13th – just ahead of the Develop Conference, which starts the following...
- Posted 9 months ago
[Gamesbriefers] The $2.5 billion question
Question: So Microsoft dropped $2.5 billion on Minecraft. Unity is rumoured to have turned down an acquisition offer at a slightly smaller number. Facebook bought Oculus Rift for $2 billion. If you had that kind of money,...
- Posted 1 year ago
Leaderboards: the original social feature
This is a guest post from John Griffin, crossposted on his Gamesparks blog Leaderboards are probably the oldest social feature used in games and are used to increase the level of competition amongst players by ranking them...
- Posted 2 years ago