• PARTNERSHIP: VISUAL EFFECTS & VIDEO PRODUCTION STUDIO

    Leti Arts is a games-studio based in Ghana and Kenya (www.letiarts.com) who have been making meaningful African video games since 2009. We’re looking for a special studio or individual to work on the promo trailer of our biggest release yet; an epic, story-driven adventure game, set across a near-future Africa. The role is a great […]

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  • WE ARE HIRING

    JOB POST: JUNIOR GAMEPLAY IMPLEMENTER Leti Arts is a games-studio based in Ghana and Kenya who have been making meaningful African video games since 2009. We’re looking for someone special to work on our biggest release yet; an epic, story-driven adventure game, set across a near-future Africa. The role is a great opportunity for anyone […]

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  • YOU GOT UNCOMPROMISING PASSION YET?

    Hey Leti Friends, guess who has been a busy bee? Our CEO Eyram Tawia!!!!! To add to his tall list of achievements, he authored the book Uncompromising Passion, The Humble Beginnings of an African Video Game Industry. The book tells the story of how he grew up on Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE!!!

    Uncompromising Passion – The Humble Beginnings of An African Video Game Industry is a book that tells the story of a young man who chose to pursue his dreams with unwavering focus. This young man is Eyram Akofa Tawia, the CEO of Leti Arts and one of the most accomplished, celebrated young entrepreneurs in Africa. […]

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  • The god of Thunder

    The son of Yemaja and the mother goddess, protector of birth is Shango the god of thunder who is one of the popular worldwide acclaimed legends from West Africa to be precise Nigeria. He is referred to as Chango or Xango in Lantin America and also Jakuta. Like most Yoruba names and their meanings, Shango […]

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  • THE YORUBA TRIBE

    One of the biggest ethnic groups in sub-Sahara Africa is the Yoruba from Nigeria. It’s believed that the Yoruba people descended from a hero called Odua or Oduduwa. The Yoruba territory was known as the slavery coast during the slavery era. Their language belongs to the Congo-Kordofanian language family. Yoruba has many dialects, but its […]

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  • The term Game Artist seems pretty self explanatory . Sure, they take care of all the artwork involved in creating a game but it’s a whole lot more than just creating art. Next to playability, the look and feel of a game is unparalleled. Their work includes detailed creation of the characters, scenes, surfaces, environments, […]

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  • The Ashanti kingdom consist of 38 small states in the 1950’s and was formed by Osei Tutu I and Okonfo Anokye his advisor. By 1965 the number was reduced to nine but by 1700 they reunited again to form a confederation with Kumasi as their capital. The name “Asanti” meaning because of war, this was […]

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  • Hi there! I’m back just as I promised. Yes, today is Tuesday. If you missed out on last week’s post, you can read it by clicking here . We are going to discuss the role of the Narrative Designer today. I personally, I repeat, personally I think this is the most important role in game development. […]

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  •     Let me start by being honest, I had absolutely no idea what went into actually building a game until I started working at  a game dev. I had the basic knowledge knowing that there was some art and programming involved but that was it. I have learnt that a whole lot more goes […]

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