Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 6:30PM
Republic (Seven Corners)
Like all IGDA-TC events, this is free and open to the public. All ages welcome (under 18 with parent or guardian).
Our community gets together monthly(ish) at a bar to play games and share gaming experiences at Multiplayer Extravaganza. The games we play and discuss include a rotating collection of multiplayer favorites suggested by the community as well as locally made games that local creators bring to the events. It’s kind of like playing games on a couch with your friends, but bigger!
We will try to show some spooky stuff to get you in the mood for Halloween. Games shown will include the creeptastic multiplayer game Crawl and Loren Schmidt’s Murder Simulator v.666 which is a 2d arena deathmatch game with antigravity instead of jumping and a huge variety of unique weapons. We will also be testing an alpha build of Arena Gods by Supertype. It’s kind of like a top down 4-player Nidhogg with flying swords.
We want to encourage local game makers to show off their own current projects. Sign up for the “bring a game” ticket type, and we’ll contact you with details. This is a very friendly and helpful opportunity to do playtesting or just get general encouragement.
We’re interested in all kinds of games made by local developers. Your game can be a rough demo or a finished product, single player or multiplayer, a board game or a videogame, etc.
Join us at Republic (Seven Corners) for an awesome time! The festivities begin at 6:30pm on Thursday, October 8th and go late. Republic has a late night happy hour from 10 – midnight! The food is excellent, and they have a huge beer list.
More info and further discussion can be found on the IGDA-TC google group.