Deep Dive: Intro to HTML5 from start to finish

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Absolutely no experience necessary! In this Deep Dive I’ll take you from a blank text editor to your very first video game. The end result will be a program that you can play on any modern desktop browser.

Learn how little effort and coding it takes to make a fun, simple game! Attendants are required to bring just their laptop. We’ll take care of the rest during the lecture.


Ben Savage is the lead HTML5 game developer for Sesame Street. He has created over 30 games independently and is the author of a popular tutorial series on game development. He also hosts the “Indie Interview Series”, a collection of interviews done with well-known independent developers. He is very active in the New York games scene and is always showing his games in one place or another. His website is (

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The Law Offices of Christopher G. Reid helps game companies of all sizes with the full range of legal issues from incorporation to contract drafting, development agreements, IP rights management and protection. Chris is a lifelong gamer and veteran IP attorney putting his skills to work for the development community. Have a quick question and want to work with true experts in the field?

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