Our speaker will be Ryan Waller of local Knoxville indie studio Forthright Entertainment. Ryan will be discussing their recent experiences working with Nintendo as an Indie, and advice for others looking for a platform holder’s approval. Forthright Entertainment is a console and mobile game developer in in the heart of the Tennessee Technological Corridor with a goal of delivering innovative, fun and engaging games that enables players to just have fun. You can check out and support their latest game Fake Colors on Steam Greenlight.
We also may have some special guests this month. A group of 2nd grade students in the Lego League may come buy to ask some questions about game development.
The meetup will be held at the Technology Cooperative located at 13 Emory Place, Knoxville TN. Parking is available in front of the Technology Cooperative. As always we will start at 2PM and open with a Show ‘n Tell where everyone can show a bit of their in progress game, favorite tool, mechanic they love in another game, or anything they find helpful and want to share with the group.