Friday Stories with Mojang - part 2!
Updated: Mar 3, 2021
We are starting of this seasons Friday Stories with Agnes Larsson and Patrick Liu from Mojang Studios as our special guest speaker, and now it's time for part 2!
Date: 5th of Mars
Time:10.00 - 12.00
Link will be sent to you after you have signed up.
NOTE! You do not need to have attended the first part to sign up for the second!
5th of Mars - Recap, assignment, discussion and retrospective
About the speakers:
Patrick Liu - He/Him - Head of Games
Patrick has had leading roles in some of the most prolific game companies in Sweden the last 15 years. He is currently Head of Games at Mojang, overseeing several game projects in production.
Agnes Larsson - She/Her - Vanilla Minecraft Game Director
Agnes Larsson is the Vanilla Minecraft Game Director. She is responsible for the Minecraft creative vision and representing all players when finalizing themes and gameplay feature lists. She has been part of the Minecraft gameplay development team at Mojang Studios for four years.
We are super excited and proud to have Agnes and Patrick onboard Friday Stories!
👉 What’s in it for me?
Get inspired by interesting talks from industry people. Network and meet both local and national game devs and others from the games and experience industry.
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A unique talk + jam session series. Every Friday during the spring you’re welcome to join and get insights from industry thought leaders, people with ideas and experience from working with them. Participants take what they’ve learned and create a game concept or prototype.
Our goal is to inspire students and game developers to make games by introducing them to industry professionals. A knowledge and skills transfer where game industry professionals host workshops on both narrative and inclusive game design.
This is a collaboration between The Great Journey and Futuregames together with the industry to bring lectures and workshops around meaningful topics like diversity and inclusive game design.
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