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2016 Schedule

Here’s the schedule for Feral Vector 2016. Day tickets are available from ti.to, and signups for workshops and live games will go out to all ticket holders early next week.

See the note below about Tea Club, and games on show at Feral Vector will include: Flat Heroes, 29, Wrestling With Emotions, Chalo Chalo, Overcooked, Viderunt Omnes 3D (work in progress), Line Wobbler, The DOOM PIANO, The World is Flat + yogaball controller, Trawl, Reigns, and one as yet unnannounced game that may be strangely familiar yet at the same time completely and utterly life changing…

Outdoor activities (Business Year 2000 and The Wicker Jam) may be rescheduled if the weather turns bad.

Note: Thursday activities are postponed due to a train fire on the East Coast Main Line preventing people from getting here.

Thursday the 2nd:
12:00 – Open for wristband collection, games, Tea Club.
16:00 – (Workshop, postponed from 14:00) Making Cardboard Things, Dominik Johann.
15:00 – (Live Game) (POSTPONED UNTIL FRIDAY)
Business Year 2000, Adam Dixon. The Global Investors left centuries ago, but we can bring them back. We just have to be the best at doing the rituals… (Bring stout footwear and be prepared to spend time outside).
12:00 – 20:30 – Games, party.
21:00 – (Screening) Other Places, Andy Kelly

Friday the 3rd:
10:00 – Open, Tea Club, Games.
10:30 – (Talk) Henrike Lode: Games No One Wants to Make With Me
11:00 – (Talk) Alex Roberts: Building Custom Controllers
11:30 – (Talk) Amran Anjum: Our Cultures and Appropriate Appropriation
12:00 – (Talk) Katharine Neil: Tools for Game Design Thinking, and Other Heresies
12:30 – (Talk) Elizabeth Simoens: LARP, Opera and Game Design
13:00 – (Workshop) Wetgenes: Dr. Caligula’s Pirate Willy Workshop
13:00 – 15:00 – (LARP, outdoor) BUSINESS YEAR 2000
13:00 – 21:00 Games/Party
15:30 – 16:00 (Outdoor) The Wicker Jam, Jonathan Whiting: Outdoor folk game jam, with our new “No human sacrifice” guarantee!

Saturday the 4th:
10:00 – Open, Tea Club, Games.
10:30 – (Talk) himynameischuck/Tom Davison: you are all ghosts (a talk on anxiety)
11:00 – (Talk) Johnny Marshall/The Mighty Git: Spotters Guide to Fear
11:30 – (Talk) Emily Short: Narrative Design
12:00 – (Talk) William Pugh and Dominik Johann: SERIOUS
12:00 – (Workshop) Graham T. Spence: Physical Map Making
13:00 – 21:00 Games/Party

Tea Club:
We tried a new thing with Tea Club last year and will be doing it again: If you have something you’d like to give a talk on, as soon as the main talks programme is done, you can, but you have to serve people tea while you’re doing it. That’s a lot more fun than it sounds, and if you’re new to public speaking, it’s less nerve wracking than getting up on a stage.

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