On Saturday July 8th Mark Shannelly will join Every1Games Toronto to discuss his experience in the video game industry. Every1Games participants will have the opportunity to demo the game and learn about the development process. Participants will also have the opportunity to show off the work they’ve been doing in the summer program and get professional feedback on their work.
SHG Studios is located in Hamilton, Ontario. They are industry allies joining Every1Games to help create low anxiety networking opportunities for autistic and neurodivergent youth supporting neurodiversity and the participants of our awesome programs. To thank them we’d like to promote the game Star Pirates Infinity, a fun, easy, engaging, collectable card game that can be downloaded from the website linked below, playable on PC, Mac, Android or iPhone. Check it out 🙂
This March Break we decided that our theme will be LEADERSHIP. There is a lot to explore within this theme; leadership in the autism community, on a team and in all areas of your life. We will also be exploring basic programming, narrative in games and 3D art / environment design. This is a fun week designed to be an awesome experience for you and your friends. Remember that this is a low anxiety work space, work at your own pace on projects that you want to work on! Our helpful facilitators will be giving lessons and leading discussi-ons. We will play video games, share youtube videos and create, create, create!
Imagine Cinema’s at Market Square is an Every1Games March Break tradition. We walk 10 minutes to the cinema and watch a popular film. What makes this different than other autism social groups? We work together to learn more about what we watch as consumers. By discussing the themes and narrative, as well as the industry tools, marketing and production techniques, participants learn to understand the movies beyond what they see on the big screen.
Participants are required to pay for their own snacks.
Admission to the theatre will be represented on the invoice sent upon registration.
Royal Ontario Museum has invited Every1Games to an exclusive experience. The ROM understands that we aren’t kids anymore and are working with us to arrange a day of learning that will help shape the work we do in the computer labs as we practice game design.
There will be an opportunity to purchase lunch but a packed lunch is recommended.
Participants are required to pay for their travel. You can speak with an Every1Games facilitator if you require assistance.
A custom invoice will be sent to you by email. Nothing is charged during online registration. Payment arrangements can be made. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance…sometimes this online registration can be confusing so don’t hesitate to email us for help! We look forward to chatting :).
We are proud to announce that Every1Games will be starting the new year with grand plans thanks to a project grant from the Ontario Centres of Excellence and our supportive advisors at The Forge (McMaster University)!
This is great news but also means that we need to make some changes to our program schedule.
We will not be hosting programs this winter (Jan and Feb) but check back for updates and get in touch with us early to participate in the March Break – (March 12-16) – Creative Production Social Program for neurodivergent youth ages 12 – 25.
To participate in the Niagara or Toronto Spring Program please email email@example.com to save your spot as we plan this amazing week of video game related awesomeness and learning.
More information coming soon. Thank you for your patience and support. We love you!
Join us on Sunday November 8, 2015 for an afternoon of creating cards for the holidays! Whether you are making a card for yourself, a teacher, parent, sibling or friend, come to the Holiday Card Creation workshop and make something awesome for any occasion.
Our main focus is on cut and paste style of cards, as you can see in the pictures below, but there is no limit to your creativity. Create your card using any style you desire! We will supply a silhouette cameo, different kinds of shapes can be cut out for you, or use a variety of different paper cutting tools to make various cards. Questions about this program can be directed to Krystal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some of the Holiday Card Creations you can make!
During playtesting participants will have the opportunity to interact in a professional environment while networking with experienced industry professionals while giving feedback to help improve their game.
About OSnap Games
OSnap! Games was founded in early 2012 by a small group of game developers who were tired of the way modern studios worked.
The shared vision among the founding members was to create a highly competitive video game studio here in Toronto, Ontario that Canada can call its own. We set out to create fun and compelling games in an environment that encourages the creativity and collaboration that a successful video game studio requires. OSnap! Games also recognizes the importance of a strong and loyal fan base and because of that we have a very open line of communication with our community through our forums, Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
You may also know the game that OSnap has created Bunnies and Buses