Indie devs Mark Morris (Introversion) and Jon Blow (Braid) to talk at Brighton conference

Games:Edu South keynotes announced

The organisers of this month’s Games:Edu South conference have confirmed the two keynotes – independent developers Mark Morris, from Introversion, and Jonathan Blow.

Taking place in Brighton alongside the Develop conference and expo on Tuesday July 29th, Games:Edu looks to where games development and education overlap.

Both the keynotes have been selected as they will concern "the evolution of games and the progression of games industry dialogue".

Other speakers include Ernest W. Adams plus lecturers from the UK games courses, including Gregor White from the University of Abertay Dundee and Gareth Hutchinson from the University of Glamorgan.

An early bird discount on passes is available until July 11th. Head to www.gamesedu.co.uk for more info.

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