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Thursday
Feb072019

GAMEtalk cancellation for Feb 7

Due to family issues, our speaker for GAMEtalk on February 7th has had to cancel.  We will look at rescheduling her for another time.

 

Wednesday
Jan302019

Playtest Friday

This Friday, February 1, we will be hosting our Playtest Friday at the BGNlab from 4-7 pm. 

Our first-year students have been developing micro card games and they are ready to show to the public!   It will be a chance to try many small games, each of which is designed to teach something in 20 minutes (and they only get to use 20 cards and 20 pieces to do it).

For more information about our Freeplay Friday events and directions to the lab, visit http://bgnlab.ca/visiting/

 

Thursday
Jan172019

January Game Talk

On Thursday, January 17 at 7pm, we will be hosting Stefan Alexander from North (previously Thalmic Labs) at the BGNlab.

North has developed virtual reality glasses called Focus that look like normal glasses, but display content on the screen for the user that others can't see.

This is a talk open to the public.

For directions to the BGNlab, visit http://bgnlab.ca/visiting/ 

Wednesday
Dec052018

December events at the BGNlab

We’ve got two events later this week at the BGNlab where you can join us.

 

Thursday, Dec. 6th will be our last Gametalk.  Matt Philips, a game designer from the UK, will be joining us via Skype at 7pm.

Friday, Dec. 7th, will be our Free Play Friday event from 4-7pm where you can playtest games and play published tabletop games.

 

Both events are open to the public, and minors can attend with their parents/guardians.   Directions to the BGNlab and more information can be found here: http://bgnlab.ca/visiting/


Scott Nicholson

Wednesday
Nov142018

Reminder - Free Play Friday, 4-7pm

Greetings!

This is just a reminder email that we are continuing to do our Free Play Friday events every Friday from 4-7pm in the BGNlab from now until mid-December. 

This is a time where you can come and try some tabletop games, both already published and new games that our students are working on.

 

There is more information about the event at the bottom of the page here:
http://bgnlab.ca/visiting/