Brass Monkey will be demoing tomorrow at the Boston Festival of Indie Games!
If you haven’t done so yet, clear off a couple of hours tomorrow to come to Boston FIG. Brass Monkey is a sponsor, and our own Caroline Murphy has been working like crazy to organize this event for the indies community. I’ve lost count of the number of games, speakers, screenings and other events that will be at this festival, and last we heard attendance is looking like it will hit the thousands.
Games and gamers of all kinds will be in attendance from 10 AM on at MIT. Complete info on the festival can be found by following this link. Also: It’s free. Don’t sit out home and play video games! Come out to the festival and play video games!
After all, it’s a recognized state holiday. Seriously. Click this link. Mark your calendar, it’s “Boston Independent Game Developer Day”.
Brass Monkey has a spot right up front where we’ll be demoing Rakete, Monkey Dodgeball, Contamination and our newest release, The Passing the Seasons, fromAdventure Club Games. We’ll have some fun swag to give away too if you ask nicely.
Can you handle this many games all in one place? Come find out.
As part of the festival Brass Monkey will also be putting on our own little “showcase” and turning half of our booth over to a bunch of indie developer friends of ours who have games of their own to show. So starting at 1:00 we’ll have demos from these different developers… we’re still sorting out the particulars and we’ll have a schedule up here tomorrow morning. Until then we don’t want to ruin the surprise. So check back tomorrow before you head out.
Ok, last, a reminder. If you didn’t see my post earlier this week we have a new game up. Adventure Club Games’ tunnel racer, The Passing of Seasons (with local co-op and vs. modes) is up and running and is simultaneously calming, frenetic, meditative and infuriating. You can play it RIGHT NOW. So check it out if you haven’t yet. And if you have check it out with a friend.
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