Archive for the category: ’SpilBar’
What’s a SpilBar without any games? Just a bar really…
That’s why we are launching an Open Call for cool, experimental, awesome or otherwise strange games, that would like to be showcased at SpilBar – the next on is on June 6th at Cinemateket.
Join us for SpilBar 15 where two men boldy go, where millions have gone before – but not with the same insight, brainpower and perspective. It’s on June 6th at the Filmhouse in Copenhagen.
Get a whiff of the ambience at SpilBar 14. The event took place on April 18th at AFUK in Copenhagen.
The surprises keep on coming. SpilBar starts with a talk and ends with a drink. This time it will be games cocktails proudly presented by Mike Khamphoukeo alias Magic Mike.
The inaugural edition of Spilprisen will be handed out at SpilBar next week. Spilprisen is a new Danish game award aiming to celebrate the talent, creativity, craft, and passion in the Danish games industry.
Spilprisen is a new Danish game award aiming to celebrate the talent, creativity, craft, and passion in the Danish games industry. A jury has nominated Danish games in four categories:
This year’s Student Showcase, This year’s artistic achievement, This year’s game developer, and Game of the Year.
As one of the Surprises for SpilBar 14, Douglas Wilson will stop by together with collaborator Thomas Perl to show their game ‘Edgar Rice Frotteur’. In the game, players move about Tarzan style in a jungle of Move controllers hanging from the ceiling.
SpilBar 14 is dedicated to surprises and the power of the unexpected. Shock and shake your definitions of what games are and can be. For this special edition of SpilBar we have moved the event to bigger surroundings at AFUK at the edge of Vesterbro.
Save the date: April 18th. SpilBar 14.00 is all about surprises. We will be back with more info.
How do you provoke the hell of out the Catholic church, McDonald’s, Apple and the US Army? One way is to make make games about paedophilic priests, the soldiers controlling the unmanned drones in Afghanistan, the neverending commercialized loop behind Apple’s third world-destroying smartphones and how to run a fastfood-restaurant into the ground.