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Just over two years ago, GameCraft sloshed it’s way free of the primordial game development ooze and smote the world, or at least parts of Dublin, with it’s mighty presence! In celebration of that gooey and historic event, we’re returning to the source (DIT) for a (slightly belated) two year anniversary GameCraft. On the 17th of May 2014, DIT will be hosting three special GameCraft events

We hope you’ll be able to join us there to celebrate in true, sleep deprived, game developer fashion.

[UPDATE] There is NO requirement for a parent to attend and stay throughout the course of the event.

Coder Dojo GameCraft If you are over 13 and under 18 then sign up for the Coder Dojo GameCraft

This is how we roll:

A shout out to our host, DIT, for venue and food.



Jonathan Frawley

Jonathan is a server-side developer for Digit Games Studios. In his spare time he enjoys making small games, taking part in games jams and meetups, playing games and gardening.


Leehann Hamilton

Leeann Hamilton is a comic book creator and reviewer over on her personal website The Cool Bean. Her articles have also been featured on Irish Comic News. She has studied animation, graphic design and, just recently, writing for transmedia, alongside making a constant barrage of digital paintings and designs. She has briefly play-tested games for BitSmith and Digit Games.

The Cool Bean | LinkedIn

Peter Lowe

Peter Lowe graduated in 1990 from Trinity College Dublin with a Honours degree in Maths, currently lectures in Game Design and UX in the Institute of Technology Carlow on their game development degree course. Married with two kids living in Carlow. Creator of Doodle Bomber 7 a succesful Windows Phone game.

He is currently working on a number of Windows Phone projects | @Lowwwe

Emmanuelle Ruelle

She is a 3rd year student in Multimedia Programming in IADT Dun Laoghaire. She has been programming games since my first year of college, and have been a participant to a few of the GameCraft jams.

Her interest in gaming comes from my childhood. I started playing games at the age of three on a Commodore 64, and I have been playing games ever since.

This has inspired her to become a programmer, and has heavily influenced my love for retro gaming.

Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson is a technical artist and indie game developer who has worked on multiple indie games such as Q.U.B.E, Orion: Dino Beatdown and Dogfighter. He has also participated in game development competitions such as Dare to be Digital in Scotland and is working on an independent start up in Ireland. Currently he is also lecturing in Computer Games Design at Cenit College (formerly known as Clane College) in Naas, Co.Kildare.