ABOUT HOOSIER GAMES
We are an independent group of student developers.
Hoosier Games aims to bring together Bloomington-area students of various skill-sets to produce games in a collaborative, mock-industry environment. Using workflows like AGILE and SCRUM, along with encouraging best industry practice in all its departments, Hoosier Games hopes to turn its members into the industry veterans of the future.
In 2010, with only a handful of dedicated members, Hoosier Games began its career. Despite a “staff” that changes each semester, no money to pay its hard-working “employees”, and no direct involvement from Indiana University faculty and staff, Hoosier Games continues to produce not only quality work but quality workers. Hoosier Games prides itself on turning students with little to no experience into the developers and designers who will in time join the league of the industry’s veterans.
Hoosier Games’ hobbies include aggressive brick marketing, pulling development all-nighters, and long walks on simulated beaches.
Hoosier Games meets in Studio 5 in the Radio/TV building every Wednesday from 7-9 pm. Tutorial sessions are currently held in Wylie Hall most Tuesday nights.
To find out more information, continue on to the Meetings page.
Find out about opportunities and other activities Hoosier Games hosts. This includes information about convention attendance, game nights and other social events.
Get the latest announcements from Executive Producer Max Lancaster.