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Talk & Play #22 registrations are open, we’ve got a chat, the world’s largest videogame collection will be in Berlin

Registrations for Talk & Play #22 on December 6th at the Game Science Center are open, RSVP via Meetup now because spots will go fast once I send the notification out to all group members. This time we’re going to have talks by Allan Cudicio (Was Luigi Gay?), Daniel Ziegener (Reviews as Games), Jana Reinhardt (SOLITUDE) and Linda Kerkhoff (Girls Make Games – Recap of the First Workshop in Berlin). I gotta feeling that the night’s gonna be a good good night, so don’t miss it, ok?

One more announcement: BerlinGameScene.com now has its own chat server on Discord, which looks a lot like Slack, but has some features which make it a much better fit for communities like ours. You don’t even need to provide an email address to get started, so give it a try if you’d like to keep in touch with other local game enthusiasts. Continue reading Talk & Play #22 registrations are open, we’ve got a chat, the world’s largest videogame collection will be in Berlin

Berlin Mini Game Jam participants pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy

The Berlin Mini Game Jam is a monthly 8 hours long game creation jam that brings people together to try out game ideas and create prototypes. There’s no entrance fee and everyone is welcome – no particular skills or tools are requested. If you’re curious, I highly recommend to try participating at least once, to get a feeling of what jamming is like, before moving to something more physically demanding such as the 48-hour Global Game Jam.

The February edition of the Berlin Mini Game Jam took place on Saturday 28, and was one of the most crowded so far, with more than 80 people creating 23 games in total. I’ve attended the presentations, which are always open to the public, and noticed that some of the participants decided to pay tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, who died the previous day at age 83, by making games starring Mr. Spock. Let’s have a look at them. Continue reading Berlin Mini Game Jam participants pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy