Manchester Metropolitan University is looking forward to hosting its third annual Games Degree Showcase, an opportunity for third-year students to show off the projects that they have been working on, and for industry representatives and members of the public to come and have a look (and even a play).
Here is an invitation from Matthew Crossley, course leader for the BSc in Games Design & Development at Manchester Metropolitan, and a member of the Games Research Network.
Following another fantastic Games Degrees Showcase last year, the School of Computing, Mathematics and Digital Technology will again be hosting an End of Year Showcase for our Games Degrees! We would love for you to come along and to bring your friends and family – the event is open to all!
The showcase will host games produced by the final year students from our Computer Games Technology and Games Design and Development courses in partnership with academics across the university, plus some selected final year projects.
When: Wednesday 29th March, 14:30 – 19:00
Where: John Dalton C0.17, C0.13a and C0.13b
Pop in at any time during the showcase to try out the games! Light refreshments will be available. Please find attached the poster for the showcase – feel free to pass it on to anyone you think might enjoy coming along. The event is free to attend, and anyone is welcome – there is no age limit!
For more information, and to register your ticket, please check the Eventbrite: https://ManMetGamesShowcase2017.eventbrite.com
Hope to see you there,
Matthew Crossley & Kevin Tan