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#17 Patience Ashiokai Ocquaye
Patience Ashiokai Ocquaye

Meet Patience, a Ghanaian game designer and developer who works as a Level Designer at King. Patience is currently working on Crash Bandicoot: On The Run! and other enjoyable games for all audiences. Learn more about her, and what drives her passion for games.

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#12 Kirsten Lee Naidoo
Kirsten Lee Naidoo

Kirsten Lee Naidoo is a South African game developer with an array of fun jam games under her belt and a passion for her local game development community. Get to know how her journey in game development began and what inspired her to get involved in projects such as A MAZE. Johannesburg and the Enter Africa initiative by the Goethe-Institut.

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#7 Maria Situmbeko

Maria is a full-time software developer and FC Barcelona fan who got unexpectedly swept in Global Game Jam 2020 in Lusaka while she was hoping to use the venue space for practice for a different hackathon. She ended up using her programming skills to contribute to a web-based game called 00 days left about making […]

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#5 Cresentia Moyo

Cresentia is a 21-year-old lady from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe studying a Bachelor of Science degree in Informatics. While she works towards her degree, she enjoys exploring her interests in machine learning, game development, and web development. Her love of cartoons inspire her creative interests and during Global Game Jam Bulawayo she contributed to not one, but […]

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#3 Adefoyeke Ajao

Adefoyeke is a culture journalist from Lagos, Nigeria who is passionate about local storytelling. She put her talents to work during Global Game Jam 2020 by creating the story for Yaba’s Quest and incorporating her team’s ideas into the game. Prior to this, Adefoyeke had developed a narrative and quests for Enter Africa Lagos’ location-based […]

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#2 Alexis Stahnke

Alexis Stahnke is a Game Development and Game Design student at Vega School in Cape Town and also runs a blog called MageScape Gaming where they write all about learning game development from games themselves and what we can learn from other sources linked to gaming. Read their most recent post about what you can […]

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#1 Tendai Njovu

We kicked off 2020 with a visual novel workshop in Lusaka and we’re excited to have our first contributor to the prosearium.net project as a result of this! Tendai was a participant of the workshop and is no stranger to using visual art as a form of expression. Here we interview Tendai about her experience […]

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