Judicious Consequences, November 17–20, 2016, Naish Holiday Village, Christchurch, Dorset
A science fiction based game about identity.
The action takes place at a SF convention called Convergence 64.
We do not all identify as the person on our birth certificate, and why should we. Some of us are more sure than others of where we come from and where we are going. Some of us have, in fact, come rather a long way.
Written by Fiona Lloyd, David Brain and Charlie Paull
With additional material by Jon Crew, Traci Whitehead, Alan Paull, Emma O'Connell and Tym Norris
A weekend long Freeform game for 64 players
See http://www.ishtari.co.uk/acrosstheuniverse/game_info.htm for more details.
This is an annual event, where game writers, both brand new and experienced come together for a weekend in the Peak district. The aim is for small groups to write short games in the space of around 24 hours. These are then play tested in a safe and encouraging environment the following day.
The following games that have run here at Consequences started life at recent Peaky events:
Consequences believe that as an event we should be encouraging people to write games for us to play! Peaky is open to everyone to attend, regardless of experience. It positively welcomes new writers, (including someone who had never even played a freeform on one occasion!)
The next event is being held at:
http://www.upperrectoryfarmcottages.co.uk/ in May 2014.
More details can be found at the Peaky Yahoo group:
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