Robert and Stephen Madsen, a father-and-son team of video game developers working in Grand Junction have released a game allowing players to take on the role of space invaders bent on conquering worlds.
Robert and Stephen Madsen, the father-and-son duo behind SynaptixGames, launched their most ambitious video game to date Wednesday when "Day of Destruction" became available for gamers everywhere on virtual reality.
In Colorado, most of the tech world geeks are out in Boulder and Denver, and although those cities certainly form the center of the state’s IT universe, they’re not alone. Elsewhere, small, strong tech hubs are flourishing with the help of Synaptix Games and others trailblazers.
Colorado-based game developer prepares to launch science fiction based virtual reality game, Day of Destruction, to the Steam Games store
Colorado based indie developer SynaptixGames have announced that their latest sci-fi Vr game, Day of Destruction, will arrive on Steam for the Oculus and Htc Vive.
Entrepreneurs say, vision of region as a technology hub stalled without big local buy-in. Synaptix Games founders, Robert & Stephen Madsen discuss the Grand Valley's 'tech hub' future along with other local entrepreneurs.
Due for launch this summer on HTC Vive, OSVR, Oculus Rift and Gear VR, Day of Destruction is all about wreaking chaos on entire planetary civilisations with a space armada.
Grand Junction Economic Partnership - "Grand 'Silicon' Valley"
Video, sponsored by Colorado Pera and produced by Lightbulb Media, features SynaptixGames' Stephen and Robert Madsen and other entrepreneurs who both work and live in the Grand Valley.
DeepMarkit Corp. is very pleased to announce that it has partnered with SynaptixGames LLC of Colorado to create the first of its 3-D short form, casual games for the new FetchBot patent pending gamification platform.
Father-and-son team, Robert and Stephen Madsen live the dream of avid game developers in creating their own products while finding a niche in a competitive market.