Video game developers at Baton Rouge technology park look to release five games over next year

Designers and programmers spend the day whipping up their latest digital project. In 2013 Pixel Dash co-founders Jason Tate and Evan Smith won the SeNSE High Stakes Pitch Night via a crowd vote for Swap Drop Poker.

Baton Rouge natives Michael Taranto and his younger brother Matthew Taranto gained experience for developing video games by playing video games—lots and lots of video games. Combining years of ye…

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