Vlambeer, Inkle and Fireproof to star on Pocket Gamer Connects Indie Track

Big names to give advice on how they're staying alive in mobile gaming

Vlambeer, Inkle and Fireproof to star on Pocket Gamer Connects Indie Track

It’s now about three months until the doors open to Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015.

Over the course of 13-14 January, the halls of Vinopolis will become a shrine to mobile gaming for all to come and spend time worshipping at its altar.

And as part of our celebration of all aspects of the mobile gaming universe, we’re bringing along some bona fide indie super stars to help bring our Indie Survival Guide - dedicated to helping you learn how to survive in the mobile gaming marketplace - to life.

Big names, indie lifestyles

In particular, we’re really happy to announce that Rami Ismail of Vlambeer, Barry Meade of Fireproof Studios and Jon Ingold of Inkle will be coming along to dish out the knowledge they’ve assembled while building the likes of Ridiculous Fishing, The Room and 80 Days.

But far from being the only big name indies taking part in the conference, they’re merely the tip of an indie iceberg. Other seriously cool people coming along to really liven up proceedings include:

  • James Vaughan, Ndemic Creations
  • Nicoll Hunt, I Fight Bears
  • Christian West, developer of Motorsport Manager
  • Anna Marsh, Lady Shotgun
  • Christopher Kassulke, HandyGames
  • Jonathan Evans and Steve Stopps, Lumo Developments
  • Natalie Griffith, Press Space
  • And many more…

And as if a whole day of indie focused talks wasn’t enough for you, we’re also going to be making sure Pocket Gamer Connects is the perfect place to do your indie business.#

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With informative developer panels on other tracks, our Very Big Indie Pitch featuring tonnes of big name journalists and our unique meeting system will mean that you can spend your day chilling with the brains at the forefront of the mobile gaming creative vanguard.

Cheap tickets for developers

Best of all, if you want to come along you can do so at a brilliantly cheap price. Already cheaper than most conferences around, our specially discounted mid term tickets are even better value – especially for developers who get a further discount on top. Not bad eh?

So why not get on the PGC bandwagon now by heading to our Eventbrite page and buying your ticket right now.

Along with our Best of British and Acquire, Engage, Monetise tracks and soon to be announced Global Games Publishing track, you’d be mad to miss out on seeing all the massive names we’ve managed to assemble.

Staff Writer

George Osborn (no, not that one) has been ensnared by to write words for them on pain of death/in return for money. He works with the events team to produce pitch perfect editorial for Pocket Gamer's ever-expanding events schedule, as well as working on advice features and articles to help game developers make the most of mobile.