If you’re in Toronto, near Toronto, or filthy rich and own your own private jet, you should come down to the Unit bar (1198 Queen Street W.) this Thursday for the Hand Eye Society Social a free and public event for game makers and enthusiasts!
“Why?” you ask, “After all I’m only interested in games about militant gardening, tentacled mollusks with bilateral symmetry, or Luddite potatoes.”
“Because we have a line up of games catering to your exacting taste!” I respond while quietly slipping a half brick into a sock ‘just in case’. “You’ll be able to play the games from this round of the Artsy Games Incubator featuring not only squids and a tuber with an anti-tech agenda but also games with raccoons, criminally awkward breakfast conversation, stylish mountain climbing, and applying for arts grants!”
“I’m sold!” you respond while backing away ever so slowly “When does it start?”
“We’ll introduce the games at 7:30, so show up a little before then so you don’t miss it! ” I respond a little too enthusiastically, “if there’s extra time I’ll also be giving a quick demo of Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution”.
“I’ll totally be there!” you respond as you make a break for the door.
“If you can’t make it the games will be available soon on the Artsy Games blog where you can play games from previous rounds right now!” I call out desperately… but it’s too late… you’re gone.