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Apple Store talk

How to make a vaguely successful iPhone game

If you want to come and meet the Neon Play team, then we’re speaking at the Apple Store in Cribbs Causeway, Bristol on Wednesday 1 September. The talk is from 3pm - 4pm, but we’ll be there from 2.30ish and hanging around afterwards.

What are we talking about?

We’ll be talking about our experiences in setting up an iPhone games studio,the challenges we’ve faced, what goes into making an app, what works, what doesn’t, how to get success and what success looks like. Oli Christie, our MD and Mark Allen, our technical director, will be doing their best to impart their vaguely hard-earned knowledge.

So if you’re interested in apps and in particular, iPhone games, then this should be a relaxed and informative session. We hope to see you there.

Apple Store, Cribbs Causeway

Where is it?

Come along to the Apple Store at the Upper Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol, BS34 5DG.

Directions here.

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