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Expo Floor Zone 9

Macromedia

www.macromedia.com

 

Macromedia didn't have any glitzy presentations as they did last year. They just gave little mini-tutorials every half-hour. They had an 8-hour tutorial early in the week, so most folks who wanted to learn Shockwave had the chance.


Finpro

www.finpro.com

 


3D Labs, Inc.

www.3dlabs.com

 


Mace Group, Inc. / Macally

www.macally.com

 


Digital Immersion

www.merlin3d.com

 


Nexon

www.nexon.com

 

Nexon didn't have any developer stuff to show off. They just wanted to show off their new games, one of which (Shattered Galaxy) is a strong IGF entry.


PacketVideo Corporation

www.PacketVideo.com

 


Patton Block Center

www.pattonblockcenter.org

 


InSpeck Inc.

www.inspeck.com

 


Computer Graphics World

cgw.pennwellnet.com/home.cfm

 


Daily Radar.com

 www.dailyradar.com

 

TOY ROBOTS!


Animation Magazine

www.animationmagazine.net

 


MCV Develop

 
 

If you're in Great Britain, you can get the very high-quality Develop game development magazine for free. If you're elsewhere, it's about $125, unfortunately.


ImaginOn

www.imaginon.com

 


Gigex

www.gigex.com

 


Computer Games

www.theglobe.com/games

 

For the third year in a row, the award for the emptiest booth goes to Games Domain/Computer Games/Happy Puppy/Whatever. You'd think that a booth sponsored by so many companies could actually afford to man it with something other than tattered boxes.


Content Republic

www.contentrepublic.com

 


Game Week

www.gameweek.com

 


AK Peters

www.akpeters.com

 

Some of the gems were hidden. Way off in the corner, far from the noisy center was the AK Peters booth. AK Peters, a publisher of several high-quality titles on game analysis, had game pioneer Elwyn Berlekamp on hand. He had recently completed an excellent analysis of the paper-n-pencil game dots-n-boxes, and he was challenging folks to games.

Your humble correspondant (pictured in the foreground) actually owned the book, but sadly had only read up to chapter three by the time of the GDC. Hence, Mr. Berlekamp beat him 18-7.