Video games are taking over the Microsoft office in Times Square for an all-out Expo celebrating local developers! Join us for a day of games, pizza and fun. All ages are welcome. We hope you can join us for our biggest seasonal gathering!
Over 100 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 NYC all in one place. More games being added daily.
Thanks to our sponsor Microsoft (@MSFTReactor), this Expo will be free for all attendees!
You must register on Eventbrite. Please include your first and last name when you RSVP. Your name must be on the list to get past building security. If you’re registering multiple tickets, make sure you enter a name for each ticket when prompted to as all guests must RSVP on their own in order to get each name on the list at the door.
**Please be aware that all guest 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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.**
We are no longer accepting submissions for this event.
The Abandoned by Mind Splinter Games
Addagrams by Noah Rosenfield
The Adventure Zone Game by Morgan Beetham
Arcade Quest by Sasha Labs n Co
Arena by Clay Peterson
At Sundown: Shots in the Dark by Mild Beast Games
Beraltors by Rory Evenson-Phair
Blade-erang by Daniel Weber
Birfia by Retemit Studio
Bomber Barn by Late Leaf Games
Boom Bits by Naughty Children at Play
B.O.O.M – You Win by Kickin Rad Games
Code Code Revolution by Robert Chen
Contrastors by Daniel Weber
Coquí Beat by Star Yolk Games
Corporate America by Sam DeMinico
The Crystal Tower by Crystal Clear Games
Cynosure VR by Exogen Studios
DECKFIGHTERS MMA by Noel Gussen from Panda Hawk Games
Disjunction by Ape Tribe Games
egg is broken. heart is too by Curious Visions
Fae Tactics by Endlessfluff Games
Fourzy by Mindisle Games
Furious Fishies by Heroic Chicken
Grobo by Hot Chocolate Games, LLC
Into The Dark: NARAKAN by Orc Punk
Into The Dark: Zakira by Orc Punk
Island Racer by Drew Dahlman
It Happened In Outer Space by Glenn Orzepowski
Kingdom Bash by Matthew Alan Estock
K.R.O.O.M. by Orange Door Studios
KungFu Kickball by WhaleFoodGames
Macabre by Adrian Borromeo
Magigunner by DVNC Tech LLC
Maui Wowie Battle Arena by Exog3n Studios
Mazu by Oxhead Studios
Missing Pieces by Shadow Ripple
Museum Multiverse by Made in Brooklyn Games
Net King’s Call by Greystone Games
Never to Return by Maskmaker Productions
Ostrich Children by Glen & Devan
OverDrive by Kinetic Games
Pharm Pharoah by Jia Jie Chen
Pure: Birth of the Goddess by angryottergames
PushABlock by Kevin Slesinsky
PvS by Juno Morrow and Studio Catgut/Gabriel Lee
REMOTE LANDER INTERFACE by Sam Eng
Riding with Zorbick by Michael Shemesh, Dustin Milotte, Ringo Kam
Roll Control by Andrew Simon Thomas
Ruby: The Wayward Mira by Erik Halverson
Run & Gun by MHarris Games
Scrap Bringer by Pseudozap
Scuba’s Ocean Odyssey VR by Sounak Ghosh
Seahorse Saga by Abysso Games
Skellboy by Fabraz
Space Duet by Matthew Alan Estock
Steady Stance by John Kim
Swimsanity! by Decoy Games
Table Fighter by Nick Everlith & Nicole Stahl
Tranquil Garden by Glass Robot
Valdis Story: Abyssal City by Endlessfluff Games
Where Shadows Slumber by Game Revenant
X-O-N-G by Ghostwhale
Zarvot by Sam Eng
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What to Bring
– A government-issued photo ID.
What NOT to Bring
– Large fabric items (stuffed animals, couches, etc.)
– External speakers.
– Fake (or real) weaponry of any kind.
– Confetti/glitter/etc that makes a mess.
– Anything that can’t be carried in a regular elevator.
– Anything that can’t be easily transported through narrow corridors. There are some tight spots in the building.
– Smoke machines, strobe lights, disco balls.
– Anything dangerous or threatening (everyone has to go through Microsoft 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.