A new feature game every week and you can win a copy of the game just by playing it! Gamerdisco Retro classics, indie favourites, the latest releases and big screen multiplayer gaming Weds 3 April, Loading Bar Shepherd's Bush, 7pm More information. Retro classics, indie favourites, the latest releases and big screen multiplayer gaming at GamerDisco's monthly night at Loading Shepherd's Bush. Expect tournaments and high score challenges with prizes, plus Loading's menu of delicious cocktails and wide selection of tabletop and board games, accompanied by a soundtrack of electronic music, chiptune, video game soundtracks, and assorted beats and bleeps.
Free entry! The 5th edition of More Than Just A Game, a unique international series of academic-led conferences on Games and Interactive Entertainment Law attracting researchers and legal professionals who are passionate about the most successful and fastest-growing of the Creative Industries. The deeper theme will be how we can use our experiences as video game scholars and lawyers in understanding the intensive gamification of modern society, and to help create better societies.
There is an Alien invasion landing in this upcoming "Match 3" puzzle game but with a twist.
Just download the App and track your walks or runs from anywhere to win some great prizes. VR in a bar was founded by Virtual Umbrella and The Loading Bar in as a fun, friendly alternative to corporate networking. The idea? Take all the jaw-dropping immersive tech from formal VR conferences.
Put it in a bar near you. Invite the very best and brightest from the world of virtual reality. Aaaaaaaand mix. Perfect for VR fans and the not yet converted.
Rumpus: Victoriana vs Future-ama An indoor festival of music, mayhem, magic and mystery, incorporating interactive game experience April, Electrowerks, Islington, 10pm-6am Tickets. An indoor festival of music, mayhem, magic and mystery, incorporating interactive game experience, with actors, tasks and challenges, live bands, vjs and djs, all taking place over 3 floors and seven different rooms. We are one of London's longest standing favourite nights out.
Free to join, just sign up. Come and play the most interesting, unique and fun games in town. You can meet the developers, beat them at their own game, have a drink and discover the next big thing!
Join us to discover some quantum leaps in game design from the past three decades, from independent classics with unique perspectives to blockbusters that broke new ground. Waterstones TCR welcomes Dr Pete Etchells to talk about his new book, Lost in a Good Game, and his fascinating research into the behavioural effects of playing video games, hosted by science journalist Alok Jha. When Pete Etchells was 14, his father died from motor neurone disease. In order to cope, he immersed himself in a virtual world - first as an escape, but later to try to understand what had happened. In this, his first book, he journeys through the history and development of video games - from Turing's chess machine to mass multiplayer online games like World of Warcraft- via scientific study, to investigate the highs and lows of playing and get to the bottom of our relationship with games - why we do it, and what they really mean to us.
Clean Living is an interactive, team gaming experience that will put your strategy skills to the test as you battle to complete the five 'Escape the Room' style puzzles and uncover an underlying story of corruption and greed. In a not so distant future, in which we have exhausted all our energy reserves, how far will the rich and powerful go to protect the comfortable life we are accustomed to and who will pay the price? Become fully immersed in the world of Clean Living as you follow Annie and the growth of the resistance through the dark business that took over the UK, and can you live with what you find?
War Child UK have partnered with The Yogscast and some special guests from the UK Comedy Scene to play some of our favourite childhood games and raise money for children affected by conflict. Tune in at April 9th at 4pm at twitch.
The Ukie Hub Crawl helps games business get investment ready. A series of free events, located all around the UK, bringing games businesses together to learn about types of investment, with practical guidance on business planning, pitching and growth. In this immersive careers education experience, students aged years participate as players or fulfil professional esports roles crafted by the video games industry, for education.
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Why are video games so popular in the autistic community? How can the games industry support and attract autistic talent? How can we make games more inclusive for autistic gamers?
Hear research insights on the link between autism and video games with first-hand accounts from autistic gamers and developers during a panel discussion. Genre: Drama. Festival: Edinburgh Fringe. Belt Up takes on the fantasy world of Lewis Carroll and intersperses nonsensical playfulness with biographical content.
As always Belt Up create a rich fantasy world where company and audience collude in breaking down theatrical barriers. Published August 7, by Clare Simpson.
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