Coray Seifert is a Writer and Executive Producer on 2Dawn Games' unannounced new IP and is the VP of Product at cause-commerce startup Sojo Studios. For more than a decade, Coray has developed games as a designer, writer, and producer for companies like THQ’s Kaos Studios, Large Animal Games, and the US Department of Defense. He has shipped over 30 games for PC, console, and mobile, including the IGF award-winning indie hit Rocketbowl, AAA titles Homefront and Frontlines: Fuel of War, and Zynga Slingo, a #1 game on Facebook. A Lifetime Member of the International Game Developers Association, Coray was elected to the IGDA’s Board of directors in 2007 at the age of 27; the youngest board member in IGDA history. Coray teaches game design at Rutgers University and is the creator and moderator of the highly-rated Level Design in a Day tutorial series at the Game Developers Conference.
Returning for its 5th year, the Level Design in a Day tutorial series has become a staple of the Game Developers Conference. Games industry veteran Coray Seifert shares a few memories from that memorable run.
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Here here This isn 't ...
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