[casual_games] GDC or Casual connect
Thomas H. Buscaglia
thb at gameattorney.com
Thu Jan 24 19:28:33 EST 2008
It depends on a few things...one is in SF, the
other in Amsterdam...so travel costs are an issue.
Casual conf is much cheaper and more focused on
the Casual space. GDC is bigger and more
comprehensive and a few days longer (again a cost
issue). If your focus is on casual, I think the
Casual conf would serve you better and be more
cost effective. GDC is much more comprehensive
though and a must attend if you can afford it.
At 03:30 PM 1/24/2008, you wrote:
>Question from a newbie ;) And first post here for me.
>I am planning to head to one of the two upcoming
>game conferences, GDC08 or Casual Connect in Amsterdam.
>I run a small studio primarily producing casual
>games and wanted to develop relationships with publishers and other producers.
>Which conference would you recommend I go to? Won't be able to make both ;(
>Thanks in advance for your advice.
>Casual_Games mailing list
>Casual_Games at igda.org
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