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GDC Europe 2013 Session Scheduler

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CANCELLED - From Console to Mobile: Lessons Learned from Avengers Initiative

Tom Ketola  |  Technical Director, Disney Interactive


Location: TBD

Format: Lecture
Track: Production
Vault Recording: Not Recorded


Mobile games are rapidly becoming a large share of the video games business and many studios are moving into the space. In this session, Disney's Chicago studio and its employees will serve as a case study for the challenges, risks and prejudices that can jeopardize this transition. The team and studio all transitioned from making AAA console titles to becoming an exclusively mobile studio with Avengers Initiative. This session will focus on the production related challenges, risks and assumptions that the studio overcame during the development of the title and how the studio has changed their development mindset as they move on to their next project.

Takeaway

Developers looking to create mobile gaming projects, with a focus on studios transitioning from PC or console development, will have the opportunity to learn from the challenges and risks our studio overcame. They will see clear examples of lessons learned from developing the project and how the studio has changed as it works on its next project.

Intended Audience

Producers, managers and developers who are interested in moving into mobile development. People with a history in console development who are starting, or are considering, moving into mobile development will have more to learn from this session.