We’re Going To Conventions!

It’s been a while since we’ve said anything on the front page, right? Not to worry, since we’ll be out and about a lot more over the next couple months to bring something for everybody.

First up is A&G Ohio on March 9-11 in Mason, OH. A&G’s arcade music games are the best in Ohio, and any performance from the Protomen has us sold. At 9pm on Friday, we’ll be presenting our panel on “Creating Thong Girl the Video Game” in Panel Room 1. In this panel, we’ll be talking about our process of planning and designing the Thong Girl game and how we ignored all that when it came to production. Come and hear our advice and our warnings about getting started as a company and struggled to get our first project out the door.

Next weekend on March 16-18, we’ll be at Anime Punch Revoluticon back here in Columbus. We’ve been fans of Anime Punch’s college-aged atmosphere, and Revoluticon is all about the non-anime stuff anime fans like. Anime Punch takes their gaming very seriously. We’ll be bringing our “Creating Thong Girl the Video Game” panel here too, so keep an eye out for us on the schedule.

Mo¬≥ and I will also be attending PAX East on April 6-8 in Boston, MA. We’re not there on official Bakamo Studios business, but it’s PAX! We can’t pass up a good chance to get in the biggest gathering of gamers on the east coast.

We’d like to give a shout out to the developers, artists, and players we met at Ohayocon and our meetings with the Central Ohio Gamedev Group. We showed off our game and got some good insight on tweaks we’re making to the upcoming Thong Girl version 1.1. Version 1.1 is complete and in testing now, so you’ll see another post here soon when it’s available.

3 thoughts on “We’re Going To Conventions!

  1. Hey there, this is James. I met these guys at A&G Ohio this past weekend, and although I did not attend their panel due to prior lack of knowledge, they stayed after and attended MY panel and had a great time, and we became quick friends. I even competed with them in the Retro Gaming tournament (and I won because they took Tetris out of the tourney haha), and we had a blast together. I have nothing but greatness to say about these guys, and they definitely deserve more attention for the work they are doing, for the knowledge they have, for how much fun they are to hang out with, and for what awesome people they are. We can’t wait to hang out with you guys again!

    • Oh hey, James is here! I must yield to your superior retro gaming knowledge. Thanks for hanging out and playing games with us all weekend. If you come to any conventions or tournaments in Columbus, give us a shout out so we can meet up again. You gotta have Xbox Live or Steam or something. I’m Hitstun on those.

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