Change Games Blog and news writing are paused here for an indefinite time.
It’s because of to less support for our Change Games Magazine, all the work like news reporting, filming, photography, etc. Another thing is that we use our time for other projects are more important for us, the humanity and future.
You can check the other projects in the Link Section or on social pages.
Good news for the Change Games Play project. We will select the best of Online Games out there and with the agreement of the developers you can play them soon on our page! We try to publish each week a new game. The first game ‘The Nest’ is online now 😉 http://change-games.com/play
A video review of the Long Night of Computer Games in Leipzig 🙂
Die Lange Nacht der Computerspiele. One of the biggest events for Retro Games started on saturday (25.04.2015) in Leipzig, but the 9th Long Night of Computer Games was not just about retro and indie games, the progam was expanded to more different kinds of technic and game developments. Over 250 game stations and a lot of events in different areas, rooms and floors complemented the program.
Here an extract: Modelling Workshop, Cafeteria with board and card games, Space Maker and Game Lab, RoboSchool Chemnitz University of Technology presents itself.
Computer labs, Xbox, PlayStation and Wii with Motion and Action Games Cars and robot software, modeling and programming, Soccer Robot HTWK.
Fightality tournament Ultra Super Street Fighter IV, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and more. E-Sports Leipzig floor with Starcraft and League of Legends, Anime Movies.
Retro computer games on Atari, Commodore, Nintendo and Sega consoles. Over 100 consoles and home computers from four decades provide an overview on the history of the Games.
Digital art cinema with fascinating digital animation. Game show with developers of the Leipzig School of Design and the SAE Institute. Presentations, lectures and discussions. Exhibitions, e.g. about the history of computer and games at the main floor. Photo Albums: on.fb.me/1KntUDt
Gamefest at the Computerspielemuseum, April 23 to 26, 2015
The Computerspielemuseum / Computer Games Museum and the Digital Gaming Culture Foundation organized the Gamefest with various events at different locations. It’s an open festival for gamers, developer, art, retro and culture fans. Gamefest was not just for game enthusiasts, but also for the general public. Famous Let’s Player like PietSmiet, artists like rapper Rockstah and the chip-tunes legends Desert Planet from Finland visited and performed at the Quo Vadis Conference at Kino International and Café Moskau. Album: on.fb.me/1S0DSkd