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Moosader

Moosader is a one-woman game development studio in Kansas City, which is focused on:

  • Making fun games for various platforms
  • Tinkering with Open Source projects
  • Teaching others to make games through written and YouTube programming lessons
  • Teaching other topics through writing games and software
  • Providing a community (through message boards, IRC chatrooms, and even G+ hangouts) for members to discuss their projects, ask for help, and make friends

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Introducing the Augmented Reality Headset from Moosader – The Stat Hat™

Introducing the STAT HAT from MOOSADER! Now your world can be a first person role playing game! Tired of the daily grind at work? Turn your cube farm into a FARMING SIMULATOR with Stat Hat! School and studying stressing you…

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Pickin’ Sticks Everywhere (Series idea?)

Here’s an idea for a new mini-series — Make Pickin’ Sticks with ALL OF THE TOOLS. There are various resource pages that introduce you to different tools – some where you code, some where it’s click-and-drag, whatever. But, how do…

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February – March: Skribu!

  Skribu! Write stories in Esperanto during February & March! December – January was Ludfesto, the event to make video games in Esperanto, and February – March is Skribu – an event for writing stories in Esperanto. Lometha is organizing…

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2 Responses

  1. Ruben November 27, 2014 / 4:26 am

    Hi! I just wanted to let you know that in my game development course in UPC (Spain) our teacher shared your website to us. Thank you for your work!

  2. nyimat January 29, 2015 / 11:59 pm

    your websites is awesome it helps me learn and gives me a direction towards game programming

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