Roberta Lucca founded Bossa Studios in the basement of a circus school with a few friends. Millions of downloads later, Bossa Studios is a multi-million pound, BAFTA-winning business with hits to its name like Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread and Worlds Adrift. In the final episode in Season One of Women Tech Charge Roberta talks to Anne Marie about what it takes to make a hit game, how she harnesses her teams' creativity through 'game jams', and why the games industry needs more women.
Visit Bossa Studios at www.bossastudios.com. Follow them on Twitter at @bossastudios
Robert Lucca is on Twitter @betalucca1. Her YouTube channel is BetaLucca
Anne-Marie Imafidon is on twitter @aimafidon and Instagram @notyouraverageami
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