Hot on the heels of the first event back in May, GamesAreForEveryone returns to Edinburgh on Thursday 10th September to create a wonderful combination of friendly bar and amazing indie games space!
For one night only, city-centre venue The Mash House (www.themashhouse.co.uk) will once-again play host to a selection of playable games, demos and installations by developers and artists from across Scotland (and some from a bit further afield!), with the overall aim of bringing people together to enjoy some fantastic creations in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
The night is open to absolutely anyone who would like to come along – from devs and creators, right the way through to people who might just be curious about games in general – and will also feature music from the fantastic Mantra Collective, who’ll be playing a live orchestral set of game music during the course of the night.
If you’d like to find out more about the event, or grab a ticket, you can find all of the important information at the Eventbrite page for the night at GamesAreForEveryone.eventbrite.co.uk.
Tickets for the evening are £5 (+fees), and some of the brilliant people showing off their work on the night so far include Team Junkfish, Valiant Interactive, Niall Moody, Insert Imagination, Future Fossil, Thermo-Dynamic Games and Force of Habit.