RMIT x ACMI - Games Talks 2020. Talk 2: Ngoc Vu (Route 59 Games)

Join the Lead Artist and cofounder of Route 59 Games and RMIT alum for a live streamed chat about her experience in developing games so far.

With all of the extra time that everyone is currently spending at home, there has never been a better time to pick up a new game – or perhaps to begin making one. The Games Talks 2020 series brings together some of Australia’s best and brightest coders, leaders, developers, artists and animators to take you behind the scenes of their games and their careers, and to answer your questions.

Ngoc Vu, the Lead Artist and cofounder of Route 59 Games (Necrobarista) and RMIT alum, joins us for a chat about her experience in developing games so far.

 

Image credit to Marigold Bartlett - RMIT Alumni

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