Event Halloween Game Expo!

Video games are taking over the Microsoft office in Times Square for an all-out Halloween Expo celebrating local developers! Join us for a day of games, pizza, treats and prizes. Costumes are encouraged. Families are welcome – bring your kids to trick-or-treat for candy from booth to booth as they try out each game! We hope you can join us for this very special edition of our seasonal Expo!

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.



For Attendees:

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.

Win the Expo costume contest!

**Please note that this is a family-friendly event. Costumes should be appropriate for all ages. No guns (real or fake) are allowed on the premises. Confetti and other messy materials are also prohibited.



For Developers:

If you’d like to show your game, please fill out the online form and we’ll be in touch to confirm inclusion. All games shown at Playcrafting events in 2018 will be eligible for The Bit Awards!


Featured Games:

Aether Trigger by Bryan Cheah
Antipole DX by Saturnine Games
Arcade Graveyard by Mikey Ace Studios
Blood Broker by Juno Morrow
B.O.O.M. – You Win by Kickin’ Rad Games
Bomber Barn by Late Leaf Games
Boom Bits by Naughty Children at Play
Borough Gods by ESC Games
BugLeap by SkuwidWare
Caliber by Chaotic Formula
Cell to Singularity by Computer Lunch
Chambers by Greg W Lyons
Clear the Decks! by Crispy Games Company
Cyber Boy by Pixel Art Video Games
Derby by initialPrefabs
Escape the Room? by Glen & Devan
EXPOSURE, a game of camouflage by The Sheep’s Meow
From Rust by Razbury Games
Galactic NEON by Omiya Games
Guardians of Loa by Wirescribe Corp
Hamsterdam by Muse Games
Herman Electro by 3:15 Software
Holiday Wars VR by Made in Brooklyn Games
Into the Dark: Narakan by Orc Punk
It Happened in Outer Space by Glenn Orzepowski
KungFu Kickball by WhaleFood Games
Leap by Pixelapp
Logjammers
 by Megacat Studios
Luge & Boo Tag Team by Mikey Ace Studios
LugeMania Button by Mikey Ace Studios
Memory Boo by Mikey Ace Studios
Miasma Caves by Windy Games
Modern Knights by initialPrefabs
Museum Multiverse VR by Made in Brooklyn Games
Never to Return by Maskmaker Productions
No Body Home by The Sheep’s Meow
Nom-Nom Garden by Four Squids
Orbit Quest by Frost Lab Studios
Project Beach House by Glen & Devan
Project Beach House: Island by Glen & Devan
Project Biohazard by Bryan Cheah
Project Ultimate by Bryan Cheah
Project WHIRLWIND by Pixel Art Video Games
Prototype: Airwaves by Omiya Games
Punch Planet by Sector-K Games
Rabble by Midnight Froyo
The Recursive Dollhouse by Omiya Games
Run & Gun by MHarris Games
Seasons by David Su & Dominique Star
Slime-san: Level Editor by Fabraz
Swimsanity! by Decoy Games
The Take by Stuido Studios
Traversion by Traversion Dev Team
Where Shadows Slumber by Game Revenant

Submit your game for consideration here.

Questions? Email nyc@playcrating.com.


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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.

Past Events

'16 Bit Awards
'16 Bit Awards - NYC, December 2016
'16 Bit Awards
'16 Bit Awards - NYC, December 2016
Summer Expo
Summer Expo - NYC, July 2016