Six ANZ developers are heading to the non-profit accelerator program, Stugan. The event will see 21 participants spend two months in the woods of Stockholm, Sweden, working to create their dream games.
Stugan functions like most other accelerator programs, applicants must submit a pitch for the game they wish to make, if accepted then they get to build their game during the eight weeks in Stugan. Stugan offers developers the opportunity to build their audience, with a video published each week tracking the projects involved.
Arguably the most effective networking program on earth, ‘Stuganeers’ get to spend two months working alongside like-minded developers, building fun and innovative creations. Boosting your own project, and your chance of finding interesting collaborations for future game projects.
In previous years Stugan saw ANZ’s Izzy Gramp & Lucy Morris attend, where Izzy created Intergalactic Space Princess, and Lucy worked on her heart melting multiplayer penguin life sim Icebürg.
The ANZ crew attending Stugan this year includes;
Best of luck to all the announced developers, we can’t wait to see what you’ll make at Stugan 2018!