M - that sounds like a neat idea. I've gotten some ideas from Bible Studies by asking them "how to share" a particular topic (but haven't had time to develop it further due to other projects). For the 10 commandments, you could go through each one and capture their thoughts on what it means to them.
May God bless you efforts. Being a pastor is important.
Check your messages on here - I'll send you a note there as well.
Yes. Can't figure out why I can't join the mentor group. I have an invite but when I click on it, it takes me to the mentor page statin that I have to ask for approval to join. Kind of stuck in a loop.
Thank you so very much. I am curious how to register for this conference, as if i hadn't found out about it I would have completely given up on my dream of developing christian games entirely. Thank you so much for this. I cried when i found out about it. I'm on a college student budget and praying I can go...but again...knowing how to register would be a good first step haha
I have, There's some great looking games out there! It amazes me. And encourages me. I was beginning to think my goals were too far fetched. But for some reason, God has been pushing me to work on this christian themed game based off a world I've been building since i was 10. Though my problem is its too big a game to do alone. I guess I'm partially hoping to one day see this story out there as well. ONLY through God haha...but if he wants this game out there...he'll make it happen, and it'll cause waves...it'll do much more than i'm expecting. I'm certain.
But thank you so much for doing this. God does amazing things when we do them for him, and I'm greateful that he's led you to do this.
I'm a former games-developer, who recently started his own business part 3d visualizer, part freelancer. I worked at a company called Engine Software, and worked mostly on Nintendo (3)DS games and some Wii stuff.
And sadly no, i do not know anyone at Vertigo or Iceberg, but its always interesting meeting christian developers :).
In the US, I live in Southern California. So actually not too far from Portland!
My biggest project is a sandbox space simulator called SpaceJourney. Its not an overtly Christian game (but we'll see how it goes!), and it follows my personal beliefs of making games that Christians can feel comfortable to play. There is a link to the indie db page for it.
I'm also representing a forum that me and a few fellow brothers and sisters in Christ started so creative Christians can fellowship and learn about the industry.
Hi Tim, I could not reply to your email so sending reply here.
Yes I have played my board game with my sons a few years ago, but it has not been manufactured or sold yet, I would like to have help making a video game of it, so as you suggested I will post to the groups to find some one to help. Thanks, God Bless Kathy
I found that Baker College in MI has a computer science degree that specializes in game development, so I am leaning towards that direction because they also have an online version that I can do even from Oregon or Washington, depending on where I am living at the time. Thanks for your feedback.
Thanks Tim, ya I did some extensive research on many universities and found that Baker had great reviews, even for its online version. They cover many topics for game development and use software such as the Unreal Engine, and 3ds max, as well as cover c++, Visual Studio, .net framework, and Java. I have my associates in Computer Science that I achieved online, so I am familiar with the online environment. It is quite a challenge, but I am always up for it. Thanks again Tim.
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