Events

End-of-the-year Showcase

4/13/18

Game Jam: Perspective

4/6/18

Weekly Design Workshops

2/16/18 - 3/30/18

Gamedev Bonding

2/15/18

First Meeting Spring '18

1/26/18

Global Game Jam '18

1/26/18 - 1/28/18

Game Jam: Light

11/17/17

First Meeting Fall '17

9/15/17

End-of-the-Year Showcase

4/7/17

Space Jam

3/31/17 - 4/1/17

Speaker Event

3/22/17

GameDev Bonding

2/23/17

Weekly Unity Workshops

10/5/2015

Global Game Jam '17

1/20/17 - 1/22/17

Game Jam: Fall

10/14/16

Year-End Showcase

4/1/16

Game Jam: Color

3/25/16 - 3/26/16

Work for Play Talk: Matt Parker

3/4/16

Food & Fight Bonding Event

2/19/16

Work for Play Talk: Ramiro Corbetta

2/12/16

Museum of Modern Art: Video Game Exhibit Trip

12/4/15

Game Jam: You Are the Monster

11/13/2015 - 11/14/2015

Character Design Workshop

11/6/2015

Unity Workshop II: Unity 3D Continued

10/14/2015

Unity Workshop: Intro to Game Development in Unity 3D

10/5/2015

En-Twined Game Jam

6/22/2015 - 7/13/2015

Chinatown Fair Arcade Trip

2/27/2015

CU Game Dev's Itch.io

Find the results of our game jams and previous projects here!

Lessons

An archive of workshops, tutorials, and tools to get you started!

About Us

As a club and as a team, we’re dedicated to three pillars of game design: analyze, create, and play. They all go hand-in-hand – there is no better way to learn to create a great game than by playing and analyzing yours and others’ games.

We integrate these three principles by hosting game jams, watching game design tutorials, analyzing our favorite games, going to relevant gaming outings around the city, and of course, learning and improving our skills in industry game creation software. We try to make these events friendly to both beginners and seasoned designers, and cater to a wide variety of design interests, such as musicians, artists, programmers, and the like.

Through trial and error, long nights at game jams, and even just paying a little extra attention to the games you already play and love, we want to help you learn more about game design and development. We encourage actively and freely expressing creativity through game design while making game design accessible to CU's student body.

We sincerely hope you’ll join us in our adventures into every stage of game development.

Meet the Guild

The max-level wizards, warriors, and healers behind the magic.

Yiwen Gao

Eli Goldin

Tiffeny Chen

Kimberly Li

Guild Archives

Let’s Make Games.

Address:

556 West 114th St
New York, New York, 10027.

Hours:

Weekly Meetings: Friday @ 4pm

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