INDIGO 2013 – Vines

28 September saw the fourth edition of the annual INDIGO showcase by Dutch Game Garden. The event showcases the best and latest games made in the Netherlands. Each year it gives a lovely overview of what has been made by students and professionals alike. The first edition of INDIGO took place in 2010, initiated by…

Transforming Theatre 2013

Transforming Theatre 2013 Inaugural Dutch symposium on innovation and storytelling. Transmedia. Organized by Story Based Media, Tryater, HKU Date: June 3, 2013 Location: Tryater City  & Country: Leeuwarden, the Netherlands Website: http://www.transformingtheatre.nl Event page: Transforming Theatre Photos: By zo-ii. Scroll down for Vine videos. [slickr-flickr tag=”w7″ size=”original” flickr_link=”on” sort=”date” direction=”ascending”] Hover over the vine to turn the…

Free to Play 2013 – Antwerp + Vines!

Free to Play 2013 – Local Multiplayer Picnic + Talks Organized by Bram Michielsen, Dette van Zeeland and Jonatan van Hove, Hannes Devillé, Thomas Devillé. Location: Designcenter De Winkelhaak. City & Country: Antwerp, Belgium. Event page: Free to Play: LMP Photos: By Tommy Rousse | By zo-ii. Featured photo: courtesy of Tommy Rousse. Scroll down for Vine…

“Day in the Park” 2 – Vines

On Saturday May 11, I organized a “Day in the Park“: a celebration of playfulness with folk games, physical games and local multiplayer games. It was originally meant to take place in the Wilhelminapark but due to rain I moved the event to the Dutch Game Garden. Below you can watch all vines I shot…

“Day in the Park” 2 + Photos

“It’s amazing how we forget how much fun we had when playing these games when we were young. And it’s still fun!” – Day in the Park participant. Day in the Park #2 Organized by: zo-ii Games run by: Chad Toprak Location: Wilhelminapark Dutch Game Garden Photos: Day in the Park on Flickr Videos: Day in the…

Control Gamelab #8 – Vines

Control Gamelab #8 – Storytelling in Games Organized by Control Magazine. Location: Pakhuis de Zwijger. Interesting evening with different perspectives on storytelling in games. Photos and videos of the evening by Control Magazine Leading up to the event, Heleen Groenendijk wrote a post titled “Storytelling and Games – an impossible marriage?” (in Dutch). Inspired by…