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Exhibition 2016

 

Exhibition AzPLAY 2016

Different activities aimed at professionals, students or people in general will be carried out during the week duration of AzPlay.

Throughout the duration of the Competition, the projects of the finalists of AzPlay Prizes will be on display. The selected video games will be installed on different platforms such as: video consoles, PCs, tablets or smartphones, so AzPlay visitors can try out the latest creations of the independent developers.

In addition, the latest projects of Basque video gaming companies will also be on display. Their latest video games and creations will be displayed to the visiting public and professionals from other sectors.

  • AzPlay Video Game Finalists

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    Date: 23 to 27 November.

    Time:

    Monday-Thursday and Sunday: 11:00am – 8:00pm.

    Friday and Santurday: 11:00am – 9:00pm.

    Free admission until seating capacity is reached.

    Place: CAC1.

    In this space the public can try out the games of the finalists in the AzPlay Competition.

  • Basque video gaming companies

    pantallazo_0953Fecha: del 23 al 27 de noviembre.

    Date: 23 to 27 November.

    Time:

    Monday-Thursday and Sunday: 11:00am – 8:00pm.

    Friday and Santurday: 11:00am – 9:00pm.

    Free admission until seating capacity is reached.

    Place: CAC1.

    The latest projects of the Basque videogame companies, training centres and developers will be on display here.

  • Selection of drawings made during the workshops ‘Designing the video game of the future’

    taller-videojuegos-seguros-saludablesFecha: del 23 al 27 de noviembre.

    Date: 23 to 27 November.

    Time:

    Monday-Thursday and Sunday: 11:00am – 8:00pm.

    Friday and Santurday: 11:00am – 9:00pm.

    Free admission until seating capacity is reached.

    Place: CAC1.

    Drawings made in the workshop ‘Designing the video game of the future’, carried out previously in Mediateka between 8 and 18 November. This is a selection of 25 pieces of work by a mixture of secondary education, sixth form and vocational training students, showing their proposals for what the video game of the future will be like.
    On Thursday 24 at 17:40 a round table will take place during which these drawings will be discussed and assessed.