IGDA Philadelphia is please to announce its 2011 chapter dev demo night. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 from 6:30-8:30pm.
6:30 - 8:30 :: game dev showcase 
 Chapter Dev Demo Night
It’s that special time of year again. Let’s get together and check out what we’ve been working on, provide each other feedback, and remind ourselves why the local Philadelphia game dev scene is great. Don’t have anything to showcase? Don’t worry! Come on down and see what the rest of the community is up to.
Interested in showing off? Contact us at philly[at]igda.org. We have limited space so please contact us ASAP with name of company/group, name of game(s) showcasing, and platform. It will be first come, first served. Additional details will be provided.
Is RSVP Required?
Attendees to NOT need to RSVP, but RSVPing ahead of time will make your sign in process at the event easier. Instead of writing all of your information down on a sign-in sheet, we'll check you off the RSVP list and you'll be done! If you want to come but aren't sure, RSVP regardless and you'll be set even if you need to make a last minute decision! YOU DO NOT NEED TO BRING A PAPER TICKET TO THE MEETING.
Note: RSVP will close noon the day of the event to allow us to print the check-in list prior to heading on site for event set up. If you missed the RSVP online period, you can still attend the event. Just show up and sign in on location!
Those interested in demoing must contact philly[at]igda.org. We have limited space so please contact us ASAP with name of company/group, name of game(s) showcasing, and platform. It will be first come, first served. Additional details will be provided.
Univeristy of the Arts (UArts)
11th Floor / Room TBD
211 S. Broad Street
Map: http://bit.ly/sY4Hau (Google Maps)
View Building Entrance: http://bit.ly/tHgjxH (may take a few moments to load while Google Maps adjust view)
Tell the security at the front desk you're there for the IGDA Philly event on the 11th floor and you should be set.
UArts is easily accessible via car public transportation.
via car: Garages and lots can by found by visiting http://philapark.org/locator/.
via public transportation: UArts is easily accessible via public transportation. Take the Market-Frankford Line (MFL) to 15th street and walk a couple of blocks or take the Broad Street line (BSL) to Walnut-Locust and walk across the street. If coming from outside the city, take any train to Suburban or the Market East stop walk a few blocks! If coming in via PATCO, you can get off at either the 12-13th & Locust stop or the 15-16th & Locust stop and walk over to Board and Walnut.
Visit http://septa.org/maps/system/index.html for an interactive map if you need more assistance.
Who can attend?
Anyone! IGDA Philadelphia meetings are usually open to anyone in the area who is working on game development, interested in game development, or simply curious about game development.
In the case of an event that has a restriction on attendees, it will be noted as such in the event details.
If you have any questions, please reach out to chapter leadership by contacting philly[at]igda[dot]org. We look forward to seeing you!
IGDA Philadelphia would like to thank the Corzo Center and UArts for hosting our event and supporting the local game development community. Show your appreciation by visiting their site, thanking them, and (if you attend), respecting their space.
About Corzo Center
The Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts links art, innovation and business. We formed it to keep art where it belongs — at the center of a society and economy that requires ideas and imagination. We believe that artists and media makers need to know the value of what they create and for that reason we have shaped our programs to provide the tools they will need to control their economic lives.
When & Where
IGDA Philadelphia is a non-profit/advocacy group for video games developers in the Philadelphia area.
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