The Albuquerque Game Developers Guild (AGDG) was established October 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The group established 501(c)(3) status in April 2017. We focus on fostering a growing community dedicated to the creation and development of games for any medium (video, tabletop, etc.). Our membership also consists of individuals working in fields related to software and technology, art, media, film, business, and education. Our community creates games, hosts local and global game jams, workshops, and provides education outreach. We hold regular weekly meetings that support collaboration and provide developers with networking and feedback opportunities.
We host weekly meetups where members give demos and presentations of their work. We also provide opportunities for collaborations, work alongs, and networking.
We host two 48 hour game jams events a year, the Global Game Jam and the New Mexico Game Jam.
We host special workshops, tutorials, and events for both professional development and educational outreach.
Ryan started with much hyping on E3, and went into introductions and announcements. Tonight’s demos included: John demoed his two-player pinball game, Pinball Clash Ediri showed off his mini game […]
We started off with the usual round of announcements, and went right into demos. First timer Allie demoed her student project, “Assimilation” made in Unity. Hannah showed off her art […]
Ryan made announcements, showing off photos from our booth at the NM STEM Fiesta. First up, we broke up into groups and MICRO SLAM JAMMED! The mashups included: Lawn dart […]