By Kieron Gillen on November 1st, 2008 at 8:45 am.
I’ve been meaning to blog about this all week, but with the preparation for The Road Trip (i.e. Trying to find my copy of Munchkin), I haven’t had time. And now it’s almost too late. The key word, being “almost”. It’s the last day of GameCity 3 in Nottingham today, so anyone in the area of the home of Rock City could pop into by any of the following events…
(Well, most of them – some of them require a festival pass, apparently)
GAMECITY SATURDAY PROGRAM
11:00 – Building LEGO Batman
11:30 – I was there…. DMA
14:00 – GameCity Vision Statement supported by BAFTA : Media Molecule
16:00 – Save the Videogame : The Manifesto launch
12:30 – 1:45 – The Curry Sessions #3: Tom Armitage : If Gamers ran the World
18:00 – 20:00 – Guardian Games Blog Closing Quiz
10:00 -LEGO Brick-a-thon : Build a Better Batmobile
Guinness World of Records : The Videogame (all-day)
14:00 – Luigi 25th Birthday Tea Party, with very special guests…
12:30 – Indiecade Artists Salon
20:00 – late
SAVE THE VIDEOGAME LAUNCH PARTY!
sponsored by Monumental Games
Which all sounds more fun than being stuck on a plane with Walker, let me tell you.
I’ve just had a thought though – if you were going to run a one day gaming event… what would you do? Where would you have it? Who would you invite? Would you run an enormous LAN event, some serious discussions or a whole lot of shouting in a darkened cellar?