We’re delighted to announce the first of our playable games at our free launch event on Thursday.
Following the phenomenal success of our scorechase at Dare Protoplay this year we’ll be continuing our love for the struggling Ouya with arguably the console’s best game – DubWars. This colourful number is a music game that combines the mechanics of a top-down shooter with the power of Dubstep and Electronica music. Spacey!
Just put some money in our fundraising can for a shot at the top score, and see if you can beat these young champs Josh Matthew and Findlay, who smashed it on the last day of Dare and went home with a bag o’ swag.
Our launchpad event will have several playable games and a convivial atmosphere – it is supported by the Hit Point, and gatecrashes the regular Rushdown gaming event, home of ‘Battle of the Burgh’, at the Counting House in Edinburgh.
Be there from 6pm!
Sick Kids Save Point grows an IRL launch – all welcome!
We had so much fun being at Dare Protoplay this year we thought we’d hold an event of our own.
And thanks to the kind folks at The Hit Point we’re actually doing it this year, not just talking about it!
We’re going to be launching Sick Kids Save Point 6 with a launchpad event on the 24th September 2015 at the Counting House, Nicolson St, Edinburgh at 6pm, and we’d love to see you there, whether you’re taking part in the marathon, a season sksp veteran or just want to find out more.
We’ll have plenty to keep gamers occupied, including playable games from local Edinburgh developers, a thrilling scorechase and some classic multiplayer games. And there’s a bar.
Free entry, but we may trouble you for a donation to the Sick Kids Friends Foundation
It’s going to be the best night out in Scottish gaming. Why? Because it’s for a great cause!
The eagle eyed fighting game enthusiasts will have noticed this event takes in the regular Rushdown Edinburgh fighting games club, which meets every month at the venue. We thank them for letting us gatecrash their party!