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  • Aug 20, 2013 · 7:00 PM

Every Tuesday is the game development evening at Bitraf. Are you working on a game project or want to start one? Meetup on Tuesdays and you'll get a larger environment around you. It's much nicer to sit with others and it opens for opportunities to make contacts, discuss ideas, get others to test, meet future collaborators and exchange experiences.

These evenings are by no means limited to programming. If you work with game-graphics in 2D or 3D, illustrations, work with audio and video for games - everything related to game development suits this evening.

There are no technical limitations, so use the tools you want. Bitraf has also been a good environment for Unity users, with both designers and programmers among members. Occasionally we will arrange workshops on relevant topics these evenings.

The doors are open from 17 and into the evening. Bitraf is open to everyone, but closes when the last member goes home for the day.

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  • Sahak S.

    If I come I will bring my 10 year old Princess with me :) She is awesome at drawing and visual storytelling.

    August 20, 2013

  • Monan Y.

    I am a master student at UiO (Interaction design/informatics). Worked in UX consulting before, just checking out :)

    August 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Official date says "7:00 PM", i.e. 19:00, but in the description you say "doors are open from 17". Which is it?

    August 19, 2013

    • Alexander A.

      You can come at 17:00, but the event starts at 19:00. It's just a way to say you can come earlier if you like :)

      August 19, 2013

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