The Games for Change Festival is offering limited $150 tickets to the indie game development community, in honor of our partnerships with Babycastles, Hide&Seek, and the Global Game Jam as curators for the 10th Anniversary Festival.
Whether you’re a one-person operation or a small team whose members are in single digits, enter the code “Lets-Make-G4C” on General Admission tickets by Sunday, June 9, at 11:55 p.m. ET, to receive this discounted pricing: http://bit.ly/G4C13Reg.
This discount applies to new ticket purchases only (see below for additional guidelines). For indie developers who are still looking to purchase tickets — but whose wallets may have been feeling the squeeze from initial ticket pricing — now is your chance.
We’d love for you to join us at the Festival and the networking, knowledge-sharing, partnership and funding opportunities it offers. Keynoting are six gaming thought leaders — Leigh Alexander, Ian Bogost, Robin Hunicke, Brenda Romero, Jesse Schell, and Eric Zimmerman — as well as Google’s Chief Technology Advocate Michael Jones.
This year’s amazing program covers everything from the censorship of social impact game by app stores to proven models by which game designers and social impact organizations can team up to make games.
Help further push the boundaries of what games for change can be, and register now: http://bit.ly/G4C13Reg.
•Attendees who have registered cannot receive this discount or refunds.
•Promotion covers cost of Festival only. It does not include cost of travel.
•Promotion limited to 100 tickets. Once all tickets are purchased, prices will return to their regular rates