Abcya Games is a development studio that specializes in creating games for the real world.
Our main focus is on gaming devices, starting with controllers for any single device, to learning environments for educational purposes, such as kiosks, computers, mobile devices, and tablets.
Web Magazine – Game Radar
Abcya Games Radar is a web magazine and blog that focuses on game culture and popular game designers.The Game Radar staff consists of indie game developers with their own experience in the gaming industry, as well as industry experts who also run successful blogs.
Source Gaming Magazine – Sega-16
Source Gaming Magazine was created to cover video game news and reviews in the gaming industry.
Abcya Games takes on the challenge of developing games for people to play outside of their homes.
Abcya Games makes community outreach a priority.
Community Development Director
Contact Seth Cole for any questions.
Working with Creators
Working with content creators and influencers.
Abcya Games is committed to growing this relationship with up and coming and existing creators.
Contact Craig Winke for any questions.
Contracting content creators, influencers, and giving them access to the community.
Social Media Manager
Contact Kai Ueno for any questions.
Displaying Interest and Awareness
Attending and attending events such as PAX, E3, and Kickstarter Live.
Abcya Games offers hundreds of game sponsorship opportunities.
The company makes games for three different platforms which are all about helping players learn new skills or master old ones.
Closing up, our new Most Creative Person of the week (as voted by you, the readers of this column) is Justin Howe, an American concept artist who works in animation, computer games, movies, and TV shows. His paintings are made entirely with the magic of perspective, and his infographics are detailed and beautiful.
His firm, Wild Sheep Design, also collaborates with other indie video game studios to bring you interesting games like TowerFall, Shatter, and Full Bleed.
Keep sending us the best stuff! Send game art and game design to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This post originally appeared on Next Bippr.
Have you ever tried your hand at making a custom game for yourself? If so, you know just how hard it is to create a good game.