AdventureX 2012 event, London - only 12 days til end of campaign
Thanks to John & the RPS team for the new board ;)
I'm writing to tell RPS readers about AdventureX. It's an event for adventure game
fans, amateur game designers and those just curious to come along and enjoy
a couple of days of game showcasing, special guest talks and other funky
features. Talks by Stephen Marley (Martian Gothic), Dave Gilbert (Wadjet Eye Games),
Alex Warren (Quest IF engine) and Jon Ingold (Inkle Studios)...
This will be our second show, and we hope to hold it in central London at the
University of East Anglia behind Peticote Lane Market. We've got a great space
booked, we've even got a few special guests already lined up - but now we need
This year We have a funding campaign active to get this show running, rather
than a ticket system. This is so we can allow free entry and have all costs
covered prior to the event rather than worrying about if we'll make enough on
ticket sales. We're almost half way to reaching the goal, can you help?
If it works out, come along to the show on 15th and 16th December.
There's wheelchair access and a live video stream for those who can't
attend. It's a great opportunity to meet other gamers & designers.
If this might interest you, please take a look around our website and at the
campaign page - decide if you feel it's something worth helping to fund and
come visit! If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Thanks for reading! And don't forget, if you feel you can contribute something
to the show - let me know! Speakers, exhibitors, showcasers - you're all welcome.
Mark Lovegrove (Mods)
-- organizer 2012
Last edited by m0ds; 24-10-2012 at 03:07 PM.
$1030 to go!
And some small updates to the website (exhibitors). Thanks all for checking it out.
$644 to go!
Thank you, but with only 12 days left of the campaign, we really appreciate any further contributions to help make this event happen in 2012 :)
Last edited by m0ds; 24-10-2012 at 03:12 PM.
Events like this definitely offer great experience to all gamers. It's something all adventure game fans in UK should never miss.
But since I'm outside the UK, I'll just wait for the newsletters, videos or web stream to become available by then. Thanks in advance!
I find myself in London on Sunday so may pop down to this, any other RPS folk going?
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