The state’s industry has grown in a sluggish economy and it’s not just Bay Staters who are noticing.
For some industry professionals, one thing is keeping Massachusetts from being the top in game design: tax incentives.
For local game developers, it’s not about competition – it’s about community. But there are still challenges to running a studio in Massachusetts.
As the local video game industry grows, more and more higher education institutions are offering game design and development programs.
Northeastern students tested their game design mettle by creating a video game in 32 hours.
It’s not always about entertainment. For some developers, it’s about education through gaming. For others, it’s about better understanding a rapidly changing industry.