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Friday, February 13 • 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Independent doesn’t have to mean alone: How to build a local indie community from scratch

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As independent developers, we often have a tendency toward introversion and seclusion, but our work can suffer for it. An enthusiastic industry community can provide a source of camaraderie, inspiration, feedback, support, and continued education. Learn how the St. Louis game development community was able to grow from just a few members to over 200 in less than three years, ultimately improving both the quality and quantity of games produced by members of the local community.

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avatar for Carol Mertz

Carol Mertz

Creator and Destroyer of Worlds, Happy Badger Studio
Carol is a partner at indie game company Happy Badger Studio, community leader of the St. Louis Game Developer Co-op, and co-organizer of indie games convention PixelPop Festival. Between making games and hosting game dev events, Carol spends a substantial amount of her time encouraging and helping others to make games that they can be proud of. Because if there are two things she likes to see, it’s good games and happy people.


Friday February 13, 2015 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Bartos Theater First Floor

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