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Chompy Chomp Chomp: an Indie Game Journey

BCS East Anglia & BCS Young Professionals Group (YPG)

Monday, March 18, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

Chompy Chomp Chomp: an Indie Game Journey

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BCS East Anglia and the BCS Young Professionals Group (YPG) are proud to present Chompy Chomp Chomp: an Indie Game Journey, a talk for the Anglia Ruskin Univerity students of the Department of Technology.

Come to this exciting talk and have the chance to win a BCS student membership.


Monday 18 March 2013, from 4pm

Room Mel001, Mellish Clark Building

Refreshments will be available


You do not need to print out the ticket.


Chompy Chomp Chomp was made by three friends in a shed at the bottom of their garden; a UX designer, a 3D artist and a coder.

Sarah Lacy, the UX designer will talk about the game, why they made it, what was involved and the inspirations behind it.

The whole team will be available for a Q&A session. The best question will win a BCS student membership.


Utopian World of Sandwiches was formed in 2011 by 3 friends after they created Chompy Chomp Chomp during a game jam. The company was named after a conversation about how making a game is like making a sandwich.

In the Utopian World of Sandwiches we aim to make games where our player’s experiences and emotions are the most important drivers of design. We believe games can be used to make the world better.

Chomp Chomp Chomp is available on Xbox and PC.


Sarah Lacy is a UX designer and concept artist with a background in Fine Art. As well as creating computer games she has also works on making websites and mobile applications user focused and she believes that design can change the world.


James “Woody” Woodrow, after 7 years working in the games industry as an animator Woody felt it was time to exercise all the other skills he has, including making music, 3d modelling and game design. He has a BA in Animation and a vast and geeky knowledge of the history of computer games.


Adam Barclay is the coder. He has a BSc in computer science and an MSc in computer graphics programming and worked on business software before deciding to follow his dream of making computer games.

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Room Mel001, Mellish Clark Building, Anglia Ruskin University
East Road
United Kingdom

Monday, March 18, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

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BCS East Anglia & BCS Young Professionals Group (YPG)

BCS East Anglia supports and organises events with computing and technology related topics.

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The YPG is the largest membership group within BCS and is dedicated to supporting and representing those in the foundation years of their IT career.

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