Talk & Play #38 – submit your short talk idea!

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RSVP via Meetup is mandatory to attend the talks, due to limited seating capacity. Registration won’t be required to attend the event from 21:00 for the game showcase part.

Talk & Play is a free event, taking place every two months, that provides the opportunity to game enthusiasts, players and makers to meet in a friendly, relaxed and safe environment. Everybody's welcome, regardless of their background and knowledge level: if you like games, we'll make sure you have a good time! This is NOT an event only aimed at developers.

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The event is structured in two parts:

— TALK: Short game-related presentations + announcements from the community

— PLAY: All participants are welcome to exhibit games and projects they've made

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Would you like to give a short 5-minute talk? Please submit your idea here:

Any topic is welcome, as long as it's somehow related to games. The goal of the talk should be to share knowledge, ideas, inspiration, or to start a conversation.

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Have you made a game, or are you working on one? Would you like to exhibit it for the audience to play during the second part of the event? Then fill this form: – places are limited so the sooner you do it, the better.

Confirmed projects so far:

— A Game about a Flame by Samir Riecke, Käthe Keller
— Hologram by Kraftum Games
— Hypnocult by increpare
— I Just Killed a Man Now I'm Horny by René Rother
— Insurmountable by Tristan
— Lethal League Blaze by Team Reptile
— Soliris by Kantik
— The Fermi Paradox by Anomaly Games
— Yeogi Jeogi by Namin Hansen, Lennart Küster, Lila Pimpao Niederle & Felix Szczesny

All types of games (and game-related projects) are welcome, both digital and analog/physical, regardless of the current status (released, unreleased, prototype...) and the people behind it (company, students, hobbyists...).

Registrations will close a week before the event, or earlier if there are no more spots left. We can usually show around 20 projects, and we have a smaller separate room that works well for VR.

We can provide tables, chairs, power strips and internet connection – that means that all the rest (devices, chargers, controllers...) are up to you. If your project has sound, we recommend bringing a pair of headphones for the attendees to use, as the room gets quite noisy.

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— 19:00 Doors
— 19:30 Talks
— 21:00 Game showcase & networking
— 23:00 The end

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Our Safe Space Policy ( encourages the behaviour at Talk & Play. We request that everyone who is affiliated with and participates to the event honours it.

Are you attending the event for the first time, or are you coming on your own? The Talk & Play Ambassadors will be there to assist you from 21:00, and answers any questions you have.

Our event is documented by Julian Dasgupta ( For those who don’t want to be appear in any pictures or videos, we're going to distribute some stickers at the door to wear and signal this.

The event is free to attend, but donations are welcome. We usually pass around a donation box after the talks.

Get in touch if you have any questions: