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In the wake of the Enter Africa programme, a project implented by Goethe Institut accross 15 African Countries (Senegal, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Burkinna faso, Togo, Cameroon, South Africa, Nigeria, DRC, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Namibia), the network and Goethe Institut have been developing new ways for future cooperation and partnerships across and beyond the continent.
Epic Games, the developers of Unreal Engine, are coming to Nigeria to support the growing game development industry. The two-day wokshop holding in Unilag, Lagos will cover beginner and expert hacks with the engine. There will also be a special class on cross-platform conversion of projects for those who are interested in porting Unity Engine projects to the Unreal Engine.
Paradise Game, a Major Player in the Video Game Industry in Africa is Launching the Feja 3, the Esports and Video Games Rendez-Vous in Africa.
A critical shortage of trained surgeons in sub-Saharan nations has led to a tragically high death rate in cervical cancer patients.
The 2019 edition of the Lagos Comic Convention opens today at the Alliance Française de Lagos / Mike Adenuga Centre and the Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island. The event is expected to run from September 19th to 21st, 2019.
Elon Musk, the technology enterpreneur and CEO of Tesla has expressed his continued plan to get the millennials fully in on Tesla through the his idea to make the car more of an entertainment machine. A major graphics upgrade could make the car your gaming controller.
The Goethe Institut Lagos’ interactive exhibition, Games and Politics, which saw the public display of explicitly political games created since 2004 by the ZKM (Zentrum Fur Kunst und Medien) came to a close yesterday with the Enter Africa Lagos open play day. While welcoming participants to the event, the Director of Goethe-Institute Nigeria, Friederike Möschel, explained that the creation of local content in the game design space is the motivation behind the project.
It was an evening designed to be for the screening of the film Returning Fire: Interventions in Video Games Culture, a part programme of the GAME AND POLITICS exhibition ongoing at the Goethe Institut Lagos. It however made history in a subtle way as the very first programme hosted at the sprawling Alliance Française de Lagos/Mike Adenuga Centre.
As a supporting programme of the ongoing GAMES AND POLITICS Exhibition, the Goethe Institut Lagos treated Lagos arts, digital media enthusiasts and journalists to an evening of interventions on the video game culture and the disappearing walls between reality and virtual reality.