Play new indie video games at NYU's "No Quarter" exhibition
NYU Game Center unveils four innovative commissioned games.
Fri Apr 26 2013
The NYU Game Center, a video-game library/arcade normally accessible only to NYU students, opens itself to the public for the fourth annual "No Quarter" exhibition on May 3 at 7pm. At the event, you'll be able to play four new games commissioned by the center from indie game designers Sophie Houlden, Matthew LoPresti, Nik Mikros, Josh DeBonis and Bennett Foddy (responsible for physics-defying platformer QWOP).
The idea is that the creators will come up with innovative works that go outside the normal boundaries of video games (with unusual touches such as a ten-player arcade cabinet). Additionally, attendees can cop free Brooklyn Brewery beer and snacks—just make sure you wash your grubby hands before touching the machines. R.S.V.P here.
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