Victor Selnæs Breum studies game direction at the National Film School of Denmark. He has made treasure hunts for adults and an eclectic mix of small games as director, designer, writer or programmer. He loves exploring the edges of games and pushing for a more artistic approach to games. He is the creator of the game ‘Du rejser’ (IGF Mention for Best Student Game 2020).
Victor will answer the question: ‘How do you make the game equivalent of a music video?’
Dig into the ‘Du rejser’ universe:
Marlène Delrive is an artist and game designer. When she isn’t making games about serious topics, she makes funny games with silly physics at Triband. Marlène is the creator of ‘Forgotten’ (IGF Finalist for Best Student Game 2020). ‘Forgotten’ is a first-person narrative-driven game about the struggles of living with Alzheimer’s.
Marlène will talk about how everything in ‘Forgotten’ is designed to facilitate a specific feeling of forgetfulness and confusion.
Dig into the ‘Forgotten’ universe:
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