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Videogame veteran Jeff Goodsill signs on with independent publisher Gameblyr
An image from Third Eye Crime, a new mobile game from Moonshot Games, being published by Gameblyr.
A videogame industry veteran who helped deliver hit titles like "Titan Quest," "NASCAR Racing 4," and "Age of Empires II" is joining a fledgling indie games publisher founded last year, Gameblyr. Jeff Goodsill, who was previously founder and general manager of Stomp Games in Concord, recently signed on with Boston-based Gameblyr as its president and chief product officer. Read More
Leveling up
Boston game entrepreneurs talk about growing studios, challenges (Audio)
Jon Radoff of Disruptor Beam, Marco Mereu of Gameblyr, and Jamie Gotch of Subatomic Studios at the recent MassDigi Game Challenge.
Sharing some audio from a "fireside chat" I moderated earlier this month at the MassDigi Game Challenge in Cambridge. The two speakers were Jon Radoff of Disruptor Beam, which developed "Game of Thrones Ascent," and Jamie Gotch of Subatomic Studios, which makes the mobile game "Fieldrunners." Read More