After the Philly Game Forge closed, the city’s largest game developers meetup was left to wander local beer gardens and parks.
Field Jam was a wonderful success! We are still on summer vacation but we still have time to make games! pic.twitter.com/owBzjNd0ai
— PhillyDevNight (@PhillyDevNight) July 22, 2016
But it looks like Philly Dev Night, the regular Thursday-night hangout for the city’s game makers, has found a new home — albeit, a temporary one.
G-Team, a Chinatown gaming lounge and internet cafe, will be hosting the meetups starting Thursday, Aug. 4, from 7-10 p.m.
Exile is over! Games need to be made! We will be announcing this month’s game jam theme on Aug 4th! Join us! https://t.co/bzufziu89O
— PhillyDevNight (@PhillyDevNight) July 29, 2016
Read a recap of what Philly Dev Night has been up to since that last sesh at the Forge here.-30-
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