The best of WA's indie game talent will be on show at the Bakery.
The Nullarbor independent game developers competition (http://www.notrees.org/2008/) is coming to a close for 2008 and, in conjunction with gamejam, we're getting together to send it off in fine form.
This is a party in two parts:
Developers' Old School Demoparty
* Friday, August 15 @ 7pm
Get together with your crew and put those finishing touches on your game. Party, socialise, and play.
Nullarbor Finals, Come on Down!
* Saturday, August 16 @ 7pm
See the finished games and vote for your favourites!
Entry is FREE!
Location: The Bakery, 233 James Street, Northbridge, Western Australia
Demoparty: Friday, August 15 to Saturday August 16. From 7pm to 7pm.
Rock up when you will, but be early for the good spots.
Presentation and Competition: Saturday, August 16, from 7pm to 9pm
As this is a licensed venue this is an 18+ event
For more information on Nullarbor visit the website: http://www.notrees.org/2008/
Any questions? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Sponsors: Spinfast, Autodesk, Artrage, Edith Cowan University, Binary Culture, Surrender Events
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