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Posts Tagged ‘gamecamp’

Drop Present —

Almost a year ago I was part of the team that ran BoardGameCamp in London. My contribution to the day was organising a game-design competition sponsored by Cadbury the chocolate people and co-arranged with the good folks at PHD Media. The prize was to have your game-design printed on the back of the 2011 Santa […]

I made a game for GameCamp with Lego —

So we did another GameCamp. Number four in an ongoing series of games-based unconferences, the third with the current management team, and twice the size of the previous one. It feels like an age ago now but in fact it was only a month. It went really well—we relocated to the roomier and more central […]

Spaaace 199 —

1. Gamecamp is this weekend. It’s been sold out for weeks, but if you’re in the London area and want to come, there’s still a chance you can get a returned ticket by clicking here. And if you’ve got a ticket but now can’t attend, please get in touch and let us know so we […]

Carry on Camping —

Two years ago the Guardian hosted a most unusual one-day conference, Gamecamp, in east London. It was an exceptional day—I wrote about it here—with a lot of brilliant and fascinating people bringing together some very different experiences and expertise about games and gaming. There was also a pre-release copy of Rock Band, which was good, […]