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I’ll be at the Nordic Game Conference in Malmö and Copenhagen. Haven’t got a pass yet. No money, very indie. We’ll see what happens.
Will be visiting my friend Bernhard Schulenburg who is working on “Where is my heart?”
This weekend ibb and obb were enjoying themselves at Indigo in Utrecht. Plenty of people played through the prototype and they generally seemed quite happy.
April 23 and 24 ibb & obb will be showcased at INDIGO connected by Ziggo. There will be a large collection of Dutch indie games. So if you feel like playing something fresh drop by in Utrecht.
In the meantime I’m working on finishing a new level for this event.
Ibb and obb are part of the Made in Holland exposition in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. The expo will continue longer than planned. So you still have until April 5 to get ibbing and obbing in a highly cultural setting.
From December 19 until March 21 ibb & obb will be part of an exhibition in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. The exhibition will show inventions and designs throughout the years. A large part of the exhibition will show graduation work of Industrial Design students from Delft University of Technology.
Ibb and obb were at GameCity in Nottingham. IndieCade showcased 12 European independent game developers. It was a lot of fun to meet some of the other developers and play a round of dark room sex game. Ah yes and of course then the zombies showed up…
To show that the faculty of Industrial Design offers you a broad design education, I was there showing ibb and obb and explaining about my graduation.
Cinekid is a film and new media festival for kids aged 4 -12. Lots of fun watching these kids play, some of them got quite addicted.
The E3 convention used to be a very crowded and loud event. Nowadays it’s invitation-only, meaning the people there are either press or working in the industry. Sound-levels are down to normal and boothbabes are not allowed. So I actually had a change to talk to lots of interesting people. From day one ibb and obb got very positive responses and several publishers showed serious interest. The next few weeks will be really interesting. Will ibb and obb really make it to a console near you? I’ll keep you posted.