[Async]: Nodeventure hack night 2

One of two hack nights to build a text adventure game, for the Brighton Digital Festival.

26 September 2013 from 7:15pm

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Part of the Brighton Digital Festival.

Come help create a multi-player Text Adventure. We’ll start with a single room, with a description and pictures, then build out the world, one room at a time.

Non-programmers are welcome - we need ideas, words, artwork, design and all sorts of creativity…
And programmers - we’ll be using JavaScript and Node.js, so come and lend your loops to the task.

This a chance to work with others on a creative group project. There are two sessions: 12th Sept and 26th Sept. Feel free to come to both or either.

WRITERS: Write inspiring descriptions of rooms, items and beings…
ARTISTS: Bring beauty to the world…
PROGRAMMERS: Extend our super simple game engine; maybe add interactions between players and other niceties.
EVERYONE: Help us create a new world!

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  • Nic Seymour-Smith
  • Steve Thomson
  • Sam Ames
  • Solera
  • Seraphina Anderson
  • Mister Blister
  • James Nocentini
  • Chris Newton
  • andy gray
  • Nicola Bamford
  • Gareth Griffiths
  • Kirk Northrop
  • Prem Rose
  • Alastair Lockie
  • Thomas Parslow
  • Dave Gurnell
  • Async
  • Lab for the Recently Possible
  • Brighton Digital
  • Simon Elliott

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