Video games are taking over South Boston’s Waterfront in District Hall for an all-out Expo celebrating local developers! Join us for a day of games, friends, and fun. All ages are welcome. We hope you can join us!
Game developers will be showing off their latest games one-on-one to a crowd of up to 1000 people. For developers, this is a great opportunity to show off their games (finished or unfinished) and get direct feedback from players. For everyone else, it’s a unique opportunity to try out the biggest collection of games made in and around Boston all in one place. More games being added daily.
You must purchase tickets on Eventbrite. Please include your first and last name when you do. Your name must be on the list to get past building security. If you’re purchasing multiple tickets, make sure you enter a name for each ticket when prompted.
**Please be aware that all guests will be required to show a photo ID(s) matching the name(s) on their reservation. We aim to create an inclusive and supportive community and will gladly print you a badge with your preferred name. Email email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.**
We are now accepting submissions for this event. Please fill out the online form and we’ll be in touch.
Becker Derby by Maximum Crash
Feral Frontier by Dirty Beast Games
Mazu by Oxhead Studios
A New Horizon by Henry Sneed
Playcrafting has teamed up with Bose for a first-of-its-kind alliance to celebrate and empower game creators across the United States through unparalleled programming powered by the new Bose AR technology! Apply here to join one of our Bose AR Game Jams taking place in Boston, NYC, and San Francisco.
Tweet along with us! @PlaycraftingBOS #SpringPlay
What to Bring
– A government-issued photo ID.
What NOT to Bring
– Large fabric items (stuffed animals, couches, etc.)
– External speakers.
– Permanent markers
– Candles and other open flames
– Fake (or real) weaponry of any kind.
– Confetti / glitter / etc.
– Anything that can’t be carried in a regular elevator.
– Anything that can’t be easily transported through narrow corridors
– Smoke machines, fog producing equipment, strobe lights, disco balls, pyrotechnics, helium balloons
– Anything dangerous or threatening (everyone has to go through District Hall security)
– Anything that would be inappropriate for kids to interact with
In the interest of fostering an inclusive and safe environment at all of our events, our Code of Conduct will be enforced.