Monday, 27 April 2015

Introducing Codex Bash at AMAZE Berlin

I took a trip to AMAZE in Berlin last week, which was a phenomenal experience. I'd recommend the event for anyone who wants to explore unusual and thought-provoking games and listen to speakers that reach beyond our usual definitions of games and play.

It was also a fantastic opportunity to demo my brand new game, Codex Bash, for the wireless button kit I've been developing. Codex Bash was playable on Thursday as part of the Open Screens section of the exhibition. I also set it up again on Saturday in the courtyard of the venue for everyone who'd missed it first time around - after all it was a sunny day and a good excuse to try a new setting!

A team of three takes on Codex Bash at Urban Spree in Berlin
Photos and details about the game are below the join!

Codex Bash being played on the AMAZE show floor 

Friday, 17 April 2015

Tap Happy Sabotage on display at Game Science Center Berlin

A brief but nonetheless very exciting announcement from me. Tap Happy Sabotage is on display as part of an ongoing exhibition at the Game Science Center in Berlin. If you're in the area please do give them a visit and try it out on their 27-inch touchscreen!

The Game Science Center is also running a Meet the Developers day on Tuesday 21st April, and I'll be there doing a Q&A about the game. Entry is free for holders of tickets for International Games Week Berlin events (including A MAZE, Womanize, Apps World and Quo Vadis).

In addition I'll also be live-demoing Codex Bash, a new game using a new portable button kit I've been working on, in the coming week. On Sunday I'll be demoing it at the Bristol Videogames Social, then on Thursday 23rd April I'll be showing it at A MAZE Berlin in the expo area from 4pm to 8pm. Can't wait to see how it goes down!