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Jun 3, 2015
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Voice Recording @ OMUK

OMUK, a longstanding voice recording studio in North London are opening their doors to indies next Wednesday. It’s free to attend and they promise to give you a chance to meet voice actors, directors and producers, check out some of the latest facial mo-cap technology, and sit in on a recording session.


OMUK has done work for Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones adaptation, which if you played it, has really industry leading voice acting and mo-cap work. It should be a really interesting night and a chance to learn more about an area that is often neglected or left out in indie games.

Register on Eventbrite, the free event is on the 10th June.

Oct 30, 2014
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AdventureX Returns!

Now in it’s 4th year, the London based adventure and narrative games conference, AdventureX, is coming up again. This year’s event will be held at London South Bank University, which also hosts yearly GameCamp unconferences and numerous IGDA events, as well of being home to some of the country’s best video games courses.


There are talks covering writing for games, surviving as a full-time developer, do’s and dont’s for making great adventure games, and lots more yet to be announced. The call for submissions is still open too, so if you have something you want to say about adventure games, then get in touch via the website. There will also be lots of upcoming and newly released adventure games on show, and again, slots are still available if you want to get involved yourself.

The event takes place on the 6th and 7th of December and is free to attend. Find directions on the conference homepage.

Sep 28, 2014
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Games Funding Forum

Are you trying to get funding for your game? Want to learn how to pitch to publishers? The Game Funding Forum is a half day conference in Shoreditch covering all aspects of funding your game. There will be investors attending the event and talks ranging from crowdfunding to applying for government grants.

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The event takes place at Rich Mix in Shoreditch from 2pm onwards. Tickets are £150 but London Indies can get 20% off with the code GFFTE, saving £30.

Apr 15, 2014
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Clapham Indies: Location Change

Another quick note about our new Southern sister, Clapham Indies is moving location this month to The Bank on Northcoate Road in Battersea. The hope is this will become the “new regular” for the Third Wednesday of the Month Club. It all kicks off on Wednesday the 16th April from 6.30pm. More details on the Meetup page.

Mar 30, 2014
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Gamespace Pecha Kucha Night

Pecha Kucha What?!


Pecha Kucha is a style of presentations where each speaker gets 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide. You will be enlightened in under 7 minutes and it is going to happen 12 times in one night! The confirmed speakers for the inaugural night are:

  • Alan Zucconi
  • Dave Evans
  • Vegard Myklebust
  • Richard Hoffmann
  • Tom Flynn
  • Nicoll Hunt
  • Jake Birkett
  • Cat Burton
  • Gareth Briggs
  • James Coote
  • Joe Bain
  • Holly Gramazio

Obviously there is a games theme, but the talks promise to range from the “intricacies of M. Bison’s moves in Street Fighter IV to what can be done to get more women involved in game development.” There you have it.

It’s all going down at the London Game Space at Scenario Bar in Dalston. The night kicks off at 7pm and will no doubt be a foot-stomping success. So come along, bring your friends, witness the explosion of elucidation.

More details are on the Meetup page.

Mar 14, 2014
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The London Game Space had been up and running in for about a month now and events are already starting to happen there. A few weeks ago there was a Flappy Bird Jam, and back in February there was a Table Top Game Jam. Now, in just over a week, is the first MULTICLASH, a night dedicated to multiplayer video games.


The idea is for local devs to bring along local multiplayer games that they have made, either released, or in development. Then we all play them and drink some beers and have a right old time. If you have a game you want to bring along, tweet @DanMurdochMusic or @LondonGameSpace

It’s all kicking off on Tuesday 25th March at Scenario Bar. More information and RSVP on the Meetup page.

Mar 13, 2014
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South London Pub Night, Change of Venue

The Clapham crew have had to change their venue due to refurbishment at All Bar One. This month, 19th March, will be at Slug And Lettuce near Clapham Junction station.

Feb 27, 2014

Pub Night 2: Simon’s Quest

Tim Keenan and some other South-of-the-river types have started a second pub night in Clapham. They’ve done 2 so far and are planning to make this a regular thing on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.


The next will be 19th March from 6pm at All Bar One on Northcote Road. Shout about it on twitter and turn up for even more indie game beer chat.

Feb 6, 2014
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HTML5 Game Devs Pub Night

The London HTML5 game developers are getting “back to their roots” with a good old pub night. I’ve been to one of their presentation nights last year and it was a great set of talks followed by a great set of chats in the pub.

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If you’re interested in web games then go along and learn some more, you might get to play some demos too and you’ll certainly get to drink some beer. More details are on the Meetup page. See you there.

Jan 20, 2014
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CHI+MED Student Games Competition

Over at UCL they are planning a Persuasive Games competition. If you are currently a student, at any university, and are interested in furthering the advancement of knowledge and possibly winning £1000 then take a look and get involved.


Registration is open now and closes on Jan 24th and the competition itself runs from Feb 1st to April 5th. Entries should get people to consider the causes of human error, and its roots in complex systems. From the website:

The main goal of the competition is to produce a game that can raise awareness of blame culture and get players to reflect on how individuals are blamed even when the wider system is at fault.

Ian Boghost fans (and the rest of us) should get their skates on and get involved. More information about the competition can be found at the UCL website.