Write Your Own Destiny: WIG SIG profiles developer Asema Hassan

Asema Hassan is a Pakistani game developer currently residing in Germany doing her second masters in Digital Engineering from Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg. She is currently working as a Research Assistant (developing VR simulation games) at “Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen” – DZNE and also as a freelance developer making a 3D parkour game, which will be released by end of year.

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A Curious Tale: WIG SIG profiles Creative Director Renee Gittins

Renee Gittins is the CEO and Creative Director of Stumbling Cat, a Seattle based indie game studio that she founded two years ago. She currently leads the team in the development of a game called Potions: A Curious Tale, featuring a clever young witch on her path to master potion brewing.

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Wouldn’t Change a Thing: WIG SIG profiles programmer Rebecca Fernandez

Rebecca Fernandez is a junior programmer at Weird Beard Games in Amsterdam. Prior to this, Rebecca taught programming at a tertiary level in Australia. Outside of work, Rebecca helps to run Global Game Jam as one of the executive committee members, and she also helps...
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