Submitted by rivithed 1769d ago | news

Joystick Labs launches program in North Carolina to help new game developers

Budding game designers and developers, now may be your chance to launch your dream game. Joystick Labs today announced a program, designed to help aspiring game developers launch their game. This 12 week program is focused particularly on digitally distributed games from small development teams. Platforms could include iPhone, iPad, Facebook, Android and possibly others. Through mentoring, legal advice, and yes, even funding, Joystick Labs is looking to support new games and rising talent in the video game industry. (Casual games, Dev, Industry, Mobile)

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