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The MIT Game Lab is happy to host the Boston Indies group this February for their monthly meeting. This month features their regular Demo Night:
Bring your *unfinished* work. Put it on a table. Other people will walk around and give you helpful feedback.
Q: I’ve never done this before. How do I not screw up?
A: We have a Beginner’s Guide here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aest4b0P78oMDhPuwcxXNrwAniLlQJL945T4RWbAIDo/edit?usp=sharing
Q: Are there outlets?
Q: What work can I bring?
A: If it fits on a table, it’s ok. Digital games, tabletop games, weird interactive art, printed short stories, dry-macaroni-and-glue-on-construction-paper… all of this is fine. Your 1:1 scale marble statue of an elephant probably won’t make the cut, though.
Please note: By attending our meetings, you agree to our safe space policy (http://www.bostonindies.com/safe-space-policy/).
RSVP via Boston Indies’ Meetup page.
About Boston Indies (www.bostonindies.com):
Boston Indies is a community of dedicated independent game developers in Massachusetts and the surrounding area. Boston Indies works to foster a sense of community among Boston’s independent game developers, facilitate monthly meet-ups and other related community events, encourage developers to create games independent of large budgets and large company ties, provide a safe environment to obtain critical feedback on game development works in progress and serve as a brain trust for important information sharing among local independent developers.