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Three Questions to: Dom Schott, Creator of the Podcast OK COOL

Dom Schott has been a part of the German games journalism scene for some time already, but the last few years brought big changes for him: he joined the team of The Pod on a regular basis, moved to Hamburg and started his own podcast: OK COOL. We took this opportunity to reverse the roles and ask him about his work for a change.

2022 im Rückblick

2022 war ein spannendes Jahr für uns bei Gamecity Hamburg: nach knapp zwei Jahren konnten wir uns endlich wieder auf Präsenz-Events treffen, Hamburg ist Heimat einer neue Convention geworden, wir konnten zahlreiche neue, großartige Projekte in unseren Förderprogrammen unterstützen und noch einiges mehr. Wir möchten die letzten Tage vor der Winterpause nutzen, um gemeinsam mit euch auf das Jahr zurückzublicken und auch einen Ausblick auf 2023 zu wagen.

Drei Fragen an: Die Elbphilharmonie über ihr neues Online Escape Game

Die Elbphilharmonie hat kürzlich ihr erstes Spiel veröffentlicht - ja, richtig gelesen: Gemeinsam mit der Hamburger Digitalagentur Pop Rocket Labs hat das Konzerthaus ein Online-Escape-Game entwickelt, bei dem die Spielenden durch das Lösen von Rätseln ein klassisches Konzert retten müssen. Wir haben mit Julika von Werder aus dem Marketing-Team der Elbphilharmonie über die Hintergründe des Projekts gesprochen.

Drei Fragen an: Soapbox Interactive, die an "Rocket Science GONE WRONG" arbeiten

Soapbox Interactive haben viel vor: Sie arbeiten nicht nur an einem Multiplayer-First-Person-Shooter mit neuer Spielmechanik – sie entwickeln auch direkt ihre eigene Game Engine, unterstützt durch die Gamecity Hamburg Prototypenförderung. Nun feiert das Team den nächsten Förder-Erfolg: Sie wurden ins Programm „InnoRampUp“ für besonders innovative Start-Ups aus der Hansestadt aufgenommen.

Three Questions to: rose-engine - Makers of the Sci-Fi Horror Hit SIGNALIS

Yuri Stern and Barbara Wittmann have been creating games together for 8 years now, on October 27 their Hamburg-based studio rose-engine is releasing their latest game SIGNALIS. Published by Humble Games, this dark Sci-Fi horror game with its retro optic has already stirred up quite a buzz in the international gaming press. We took this opportunity to ask them about collaborating for so many years and how the match with their publisher came to be.

Photo by Suzan Azakli

Display 2022 - Let's Take a Look

At the event Display 2022, the students from the Games Master at HAW Hamburg presented the games they have been working on for the past three semesters. We were impressed by the creativity and skill showcased by the teams and want to share a glimpse of these projects with you.

Hamburg-based studio Tiny Roar releases XEL

Hamburg-based indie game studio Tiny Roar releases their sci-fi action-adventure XEL on July 12.

Queer Games Bundle 2022 - our Top 5

Pride Month 2022 is almost over and so is the sale period for Queer Games Bundle 2022 on itch.io. After a successful premiere in 2021, the Queer Games Bundle once again presents lots and lots of games by queer game makers, aiming to support queer creators and celebrate the diversity of their games. We had a look into the bundle and share a few of our favorites from it here!

Three Questions to: RetroBrain R&D - Working on the Intersection between Gaming and Eldercare

The Hamburg-based company RetroBrain R&D is exploring the fascinating cross-section of an easy-to-use game console for the elder generation that has not come into touch with video games so often yet, while also functioning as a medical device that increases their physical and mental fitness.

Three Questions to: Explorlings - makers of the child-friendly game "Sheeplings"

The Hamburg-based studio Explorlings has a special mission: developing apps for a responsible and gentle introduction of children to the world of digital devices. Lately, they released their first game "Sheeplings" - we took the opportunity to ask Bernhard Mies, CEO and founder of Explorlings a few questions.

Drei Fragen an: Unechte Sachen

Unechte Sachen sind ein junges Team, das sich im Studium in Darmstadt kennengelernt hat. Jetzt arbeiten sie in Hamburg fleißig an ihrem VR-Projekt "Puppet Play", in dem man selbst kleine Filme erstellen und dabei seiner Fantasie freien Lauf lassen kann. Wir hatten die Gelegenheit, mit Lukas Hort von Unechte Sachen ein schnelles Drei-Fragen-Interview zu führen.

Hamburg-based applike group receives 100 million euros investment

The Hamburg-based company-builder applike receives a major investment from shareholder Bertelsmann. Applike focusses on the mobile app value chain and is, among others, the parent company of the hyper casual studio Sunday.

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