Everything you need to know about Intent Mediaâ??s leading game development website

Take a tour of Developâ??s new website!

Develop’s online relaunch goes beyond its sleek new look. The leading games industry website boasts access to a company directory, a new blogs section, a growing jobs page, and much more.


If you’ve been out of the loop for a few days the best place to go is Develop’s news tab. Here, users can find our archive section, which both lists news by the day and offers access to Develop’s entire album of news reports.

Users can also submit tips to us – off the record by default – and also send over announcements and press releases.

Develop also boasts a news feed section which highlights stories found on other industry sites such as MCV, GameDev, Gamasutra, DevBump, Edge and more.


As well as our leading features page, Develop now has its own blog section. It offers opinions from Develop staff, and games industry members are also encouraged to submit their own blogs.

If you have something you want to get off your chest, a debate you want to raise, or are looking for somewhere to submit develop dairies or discuss what your company is up to, the Develop blog is the ideal place to do so.

If you want to submit your own blog, contact rob.crossley@intentmedia.co.uk


Develop also boasts a directory listing the core game studios, dev tool companies and academic institutions and services.

Each listing provides contact details and full profile explaining the company’s history and what it can offer peers and partners. 

If you’re interested in putting your company on Develop’s global stage, contact katie.rawlings@intentmedia.co.uk


From the Develop conference to GDC Canada to E3, here you’ll find the best info on key games industry events and networking opportunities.

Full details, from dates to attendees to agenda, can be found in each listing.

if you want your trade event on our comprehensive list, contact will.freeman@intentmedia.co.uk


If you’re considering a career move, Develop is the place to start looking.

The Develop jobs board is filled with positions, updated daily, and features an exhaustive range of companies.

To advertise vacancies on the world’s leading game developer website, go here.

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