What we're about

Baltimore Indie Game Developers Group is a group of like-minded video game lovers with the talent and aspiration to create video games. Programmers, artists, and designers alike, from beginners to experienced professionals, we want to have fun and learn during the process. At meetups, we demo and playtest projects that members are working on, get feedback and ideas, discuss game design, and participate in short game jams.

We're also on Slack! Please send a message to TonyLi, Jenny, or Tim Stowell with your email address so we can send you an invitation to our Slack team. Members with UMBC email accounts can join instantly with this link: https://baltimoreindiegamers.slack.com/signup (https://baltimoreindiegamers.slack.com/x-31839586630-124524589842/signup)

Upcoming events (3)

Ludum Dare 44 (weekend online/in-person)

Collage Room (back), HCLS Central Branch

Ludum Dare 44: 9PM April 26 to 9PM April 29 https://ldjam.com/ Participate in Ludum Dare 44 online over Slack with an opportunity to meet in-person Saturday morning at the Howard County Columbia Branch Library. If you need a Slack invitation, message me or one of the other organizers. Reminder: The Saturday 10AM in-person meetup is at the Columbia Branch in the COLLAGE ROOM at the back of the second floor.

Game Dev Meetup

Mosaic Conference Room (Front)

Join us at the Howard County Columbia Branch Library to discuss game development, talk shop, and work on your games! Anyone with an interest in game design and development is welcome, from beginners to veteran professionals. If you're working on a game, you're welcome to show it and have people playtest it to offer feedback. There should be plenty of time to get down to business and work on our own projects, too. Reminder: This meetup is at the Columbia Branch in the Mosaic Room.

Game Dev Meetup

Mosaic Conference Room (Front)

Join us at the Howard County Columbia Branch Library to discuss game development, talk shop, and work on your games! Anyone with an interest in game design and development is welcome, from beginners to veteran professionals. If you're working on a game, you're welcome to show it and have people playtest it to offer feedback. There should be plenty of time to get down to business and work on our own projects, too. Reminder: This meetup is at the Columbia Branch in the Mosaic Room.

Past events (34)

Game Dev Meetup

Mosaic Conference Room (Front)

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