North West Playtesters return to the Sharp Project on Saturday 6th October to present a day of playtesting.
They are welcoming board/card, pc, mobile, console and experimental games to be tested.
Free entrance for everyone. They also welcome children aged 13 and above, provided they are supervised with and adult.
Play and give feedback on the newest games being developed.
Network with fellow game developers and enthusiasts.
Join the Troubleshoot Roundtable where they discuss and answer questions about the industry.
If you are coming as a developer / designer and require your own table, do let them know. Power can be provided but you will need to bring your own audio/visual equipment. They can also provide you with feedback forms to give to your testers.
You can see photos of their previous event here.
About North West Playtesters
North West Playtesters is a group that welcomes anyone to showcase their game and playtest each other’s games. It’s welcome to all type of games from board and card games, video games, mobile games or any fun and entertaining game! Even if you are not creating a game come down to discover new things and give valuable feedback to designers.
Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Children 13 and above are welcome provided they are accompanied with an adult.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is plenty of parking space at the venue. Access to car park is from Thorp Road. The nearest tram stop is Cental Park just a 5 minute walk away.
What can I bring into the event?
You are welcome to bring food and drink (catering is yet to be announced). If you do decide to bring a game of yours to test (video games or tabletop games) do let us know so we can provide you with a table and feedback forms. If you are bringing a video game you will need to bring your own tv/monitor and equipment. We also recommend you bring a power extension lead.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact email@example.com for any questions not answered here.