If you couldn’t make it to the Casual Connect 2010 Europe conference, which took place earlier this month in Hamburg, the Casual Games Association has just posted the content from all of the show’s nearly 40 panels and sessions online. Just click on the blue microphone next to the session to download the slides and audio.
If you’re looking for somewhere to get started, here are the sessions with the highest ratings (in no particular order):
- Rex Ng, 6waves on Monetizing Social Games Globally
- David Rohrl, Playdom on Designing Social Games on the Fly
- John Vechey, PopCap Games on Games-as-Services
- Josh Larson, Mochi Media on How to Make Free-to-Play Pay!
- Helen Copnall, Microsoft on Demystifying Advergames
- Magnus Alm, Johan Peitz, Muskedunder on No Country for Old Games? Taking your casual game to Facebook
- Exent, PopCap, Bild, Gamesmarkt and INTENIUM on Hype or Real Deal
- Nils-Holger Henning, BigPoint on Are Computer Games Objects of Cultural Value?
- Jasper Koning, Ronimo Games on Developing Swords & Soldiers for the Wii
- Craig Brannon, Legacy Interactive on Designing Mini-games and Puzzles