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Wednesday, April 10
 

18:00 CEST

Exhibition
Access to general public from 18:00 to 01:00: 10€ (includes music performances) 

Access to festival ticket holders (full pass): free

Artistic and experimental games are often off the mainstream and allow for different experiences with forward-thinking and playful views, often not for entertainment only. Technology is used as playground for artistic expression and innovative interaction with audiences interested in critical reflection and meaningful interaction. Discover virtual reality experiences, local multiplayer games, interactive installations and many more of this versatile art-form.

Wednesday April 10, 2019 18:00 - Thursday April 11, 2019 01:00 CEST
Exhibition
 
Thursday, April 11
 

12:00 CEST

Devolution #5 Exhibition
The exhibition focuses on the development process of 3 amazing games by displaying their development timelines. Visitors can explore the creative process of game development, encountering new characteristics with each game. Looking at games and game development from the perspective of Devolution lets you discover new and inspiring aspects of how games are growing into shape and what this means for game design and development and digital media in general. In contrast to the usual reception of the end results, Devolution reveals the whole road up to them, providing valuable insights to the visitors.

The exhibited development timelines are:

Artists
avatar for Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan is a game designer best known for indie game hit Hidden Folks, a hand-drawn interactive searching game, and for experimental games like Bounden and Fingle, which move people out of the normal space of videogames by challenging players to dance, hold hands, and share physical... Read More →
avatar for Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg creates games and game-like things and loves using pixels & shaders as impressionist tools, leaving room for the viewer's imagination. With Noio, he created the Kingdom games: minimalist strategy games that are simple, but will not hold your hand, and leave you... Read More →
avatar for Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo is a game developer based in Brooklyn best known for his work on Ape Out, a saul-bass inspired top down action game with a focus on immediacy, physicality, and percussion. He teaches game development at NYU, and is also currently working on an arcade cabinet featuring... Read More →


Thursday April 11, 2019 12:00 - 19:00 CEST
Devolution

14:00 CEST

Exhibition
Access to general public from 20:00: 15€ / 12€* (includes access to Club for music performances) – tickets available at the door only

Access to festival ticket holders (full pass, day pass): free

Artistic and experimental games are often off the mainstream and allow for different experiences with forward-thinking and playful views, often not for entertainment only. Technology is used as playground for artistic expression and innovative interaction with audiences interested in critical reflection and meaningful interaction. Discover virtual reality experiences, local multiplayer games, interactive installations and many more of this versatile art-form.



* Discount policy: The reduced rate applies to schoolchildren, students, those engaged in national military or community service, unemployed persons claiming "Alg I" job-seekers' allowance, and severely disabled persons, on presentation of the appropriate identification.

Thursday April 11, 2019 14:00 - Friday April 12, 2019 01:00 CEST
Exhibition
 
Friday, April 12
 

12:00 CEST

Devolution #5 Exhibition
The exhibition focuses on the development process of 3 amazing games by displaying their development timelines. Visitors can explore the creative process of game development, encountering new characteristics with each game. Looking at games and game development from the perspective of Devolution lets you discover new and inspiring aspects of how games are growing into shape and what this means for game design and development and digital media in general. In contrast to the usual reception of the end results, Devolution reveals the whole road up to them, providing valuable insights to the visitors.

The exhibited development timelines are:



Artists
avatar for Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg creates games and game-like things and loves using pixels & shaders as impressionist tools, leaving room for the viewer's imagination. With Noio, he created the Kingdom games: minimalist strategy games that are simple, but will not hold your hand, and leave you... Read More →
avatar for Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo is a game developer based in Brooklyn best known for his work on Ape Out, a saul-bass inspired top down action game with a focus on immediacy, physicality, and percussion. He teaches game development at NYU, and is also currently working on an arcade cabinet featuring... Read More →
avatar for Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan is a game designer best known for indie game hit Hidden Folks, a hand-drawn interactive searching game, and for experimental games like Bounden and Fingle, which move people out of the normal space of videogames by challenging players to dance, hold hands, and share physical... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 12:00 - 20:00 CEST
Devolution

12:00 CEST

Exhibition
Access to general public from 20:00: 15€ / 12€* (includes access to Club for music performances) – tickets available at the door only

Access to festival ticket holders (full pass, day pass): free

Artistic and experimental games are often off the mainstream and allow for different experiences with forward-thinking and playful views, often not for entertainment only. Technology is used as playground for artistic expression and innovative interaction with audiences interested in critical reflection and meaningful interaction. Discover virtual reality experiences, local multiplayer games, interactive installations and many more of this versatile art-form.



* Discount policy: The reduced rate applies to schoolchildren, students, those engaged in national military or community service, unemployed persons claiming "Alg I" job-seekers' allowance, and severely disabled persons, on presentation of the appropriate identification.

Friday April 12, 2019 12:00 - Saturday April 13, 2019 01:00 CEST
Exhibition

15:00 CEST

Open Screens Special: Humble New Talent Award
The Humble New Talent Award will reward a deserving emerging artist from the A MAZE. community. This award is an opportunity to highlight new global talents, whose work have created a buzz in the last year. We are proud to nominate the following creators for the second Humble New Talent Award:


Come to the Open Screens area on Friday between 15:00 and 18:00 to meet the nominees and check out their projects!

Artists
avatar for Simona Maiorano (IT)

Simona Maiorano (IT)

Simona Maiorano is an art-devoted game developer from Vieste, living in Bari (southern Italy). Simona works as a QA consultant, and independently develops personal projects to learn, express, experiment.She is currently developing Leaves, an adventure game that tells stories trough... Read More →
avatar for Sun Park (KR)

Sun Park (KR)

Game designer / dev event organizer based in Seoul, South Korea. Known as a developer of 6180 the moon. He always struggles to create weird cool games.
avatar for lowpolis (RU)

lowpolis (RU)

lowpolis is a team of two non-binary people from Russia making cozy games that focus on small experiences.


Friday April 12, 2019 15:00 - 18:00 CEST
Exhibition
 
Saturday, April 13
 

12:00 CEST

Devolution #5 Exhibition
The exhibition focuses on the development process of 3 amazing games by displaying their development timelines. Visitors can explore the creative process of game development, encountering new characteristics with each game. Looking at games and game development from the perspective of Devolution lets you discover new and inspiring aspects of how games are growing into shape and what this means for game design and development and digital media in general. In contrast to the usual reception of the end results, Devolution reveals the whole road up to them, providing valuable insights to the visitors.

The exhibited development timelines are:

Artists
avatar for Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg (NL)

Thomas van den Berg creates games and game-like things and loves using pixels & shaders as impressionist tools, leaving room for the viewer's imagination. With Noio, he created the Kingdom games: minimalist strategy games that are simple, but will not hold your hand, and leave you... Read More →
avatar for Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo (US)

Gabe Cuzzillo is a game developer based in Brooklyn best known for his work on Ape Out, a saul-bass inspired top down action game with a focus on immediacy, physicality, and percussion. He teaches game development at NYU, and is also currently working on an arcade cabinet featuring... Read More →
avatar for Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan de Jongh (NL)

Adriaan is a game designer best known for indie game hit Hidden Folks, a hand-drawn interactive searching game, and for experimental games like Bounden and Fingle, which move people out of the normal space of videogames by challenging players to dance, hold hands, and share physical... Read More →


Saturday April 13, 2019 12:00 - 18:00 CEST
Devolution

12:00 CEST

Exhibition
Access to general public from 12:00 to 20:00: 12€ / 10€* – tickets available at the door only

Access to general public from 20:00: 15€ / 12€* (includes access to Club for music performances) – tickets available at the door only

Access to festival ticket holders (full pass, day pass): free

Artistic and experimental games are often off the mainstream and allow for different experiences with forward-thinking and playful views, often not for entertainment only. Technology is used as playground for artistic expression and innovative interaction with audiences interested in critical reflection and meaningful interaction. Discover virtual reality experiences, local multiplayer games, interactive installations and many more of this versatile art-form.



* Discount policy: The reduced rate applies to schoolchildren, students, those engaged in national military or community service, unemployed persons claiming "Alg I" job-seekers' allowance, and severely disabled persons, on presentation of the appropriate identification.

Saturday April 13, 2019 12:00 - Sunday April 14, 2019 01:00 CEST
Exhibition