Due to the Boston Lockdown, the Game Demo Day has been rescheduled for April 24th.
Game Demo Day is the first annual showcase of all of the games that NU students have made. It will consist of a demo session where students can play each other’s games and members of the larger university community can play them too. Students will have the chance to present their game for a panel of industry and academic judges, who will give awards. The goal is to bring together and celebrate our diverse community of students who are interested in making games.
Students are now able to register for the event, either as presenter or as attendee. Presenters are students who will demo their game during the event. For logistical reasons they need to indicate their intent to demo their game by March 15. Attendees are those who want to attend the event to play the wonderful games their fellow students have created. They can register until April 12th.
Go to the Game Demo Day website for more information and to register:
The event is made possible by the College of Computer and Information Science and the College of Arts, Media and Design and is organized by the Playable Innovative Technologies (PLAIT) research group with support from the Northeastern Center for the Arts.