Game Month With Maker's Asylum
If you have a fascination for games and have always wanted to create your own, then we have an event that is perfect for you.
Maker's Asylum brings you 'Game Month', a 4-weekend program to learn about and build games, powered by Tabletop India Crimzon studio and Homegrown magazine.
During these 4 weekends you will learn about game design and begin the ideation process to create you own game.
WHAT YOU LEARN
Mentors from Tabletop India will work closely with you, guiding you, while you learn the ropes. Crimzon Studio is coming in to talk about packaging and artwork. You will also be introduced to the subtle, but oh so important art of rule-making and copywriting. Of Course none of this would be possible without the rapid prototyping skills and the machines that you will be taught to use at the Maker's asylum. At the end of the month you will have a self-designed game with self-designed meeple, and all ready to compete for the grand honor of having created the most awesome game in the world.
ABOUT MAKER'S ASYLUM:
Maker’s Asylum is a collaborative Makerspace.
They bring together engineers, architects, designers, artistes, academicians, healthcare professionals to work on interdisciplinary projects through exploration and learning. As a designated FabLab, their centres in Mumbai and Delhi impart weekly rapid prototyping and digital fabrication trainings, work working and electronic workshops in addition to community required & requested meetups, build groups and sponsored projects.
For hardware entrepreneurs, it’s easy access to tools, technology and talent so they can prototype their ideas.
For problem solvers, it’s a space to exchange ideas with other like and unlike-minded folks who share your passion.
For hobbyists, it’s a place to explore, tinker and learn.
Don’t let those ideas die on the drawing board. Make your ideas happen!
About Maker's Asylum
Maker's Asylum, Mumbai
D-11/1, Road No. 21, Opposite Passport Seva Kendra, MIDC, Marol Industrial Area, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400093