GamesAreForEveryone – a night of games and installations, live music, drinks and friendly people – returns to Edinburgh for its third installment next week.
Taking place at the city’s Mash House venue on Wednesday 18th November, the evening will see a selection of devs from across Scotland and beyond showcasing their work, with the aim of the night being to bring people together to enjoy some fantastic creations in a brilliant bar/gig setting.
Designed as much for people who are familiar with games as for those who might just be curious about what the medium has to offer, the night will bring together a host of projects from the likes of Winnie Song, The Man Who Flew Away, Kirsty Keatch, Ruffian Games, and more, ranging from beautiful single player experiences, right the way through to hectic multiplayer games of bluff and robot sports.
Volume 3 brings along with it some special guests, as well! The amazing Mantra Collective will be returning to the night to play a set of orchestral game music live on stage; and the brilliant Cara Ellison will also be launching her new book ‘Embed With Games: A Year on the Couch with Game Developers’ at the event, too, with 10% of all sales on the night going to charity GamesAid.
All in all, it’s shaping up to be a brilliant evening, and if you’d like to come along you can grab a ticket and find out some more about the night at GamesAreForEeveryone.eventbrite.co.uk or check out the facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/569075799913271/.
GamesAreForEveryone, Wednesday 18th November, The Mash House (Edinburgh) – Tickets £6 (+fees) – GamesAreForEveryone.eventbrite.co.uk