Following on from the announcement that BLOCKS has been chosen as the winning social game for the Game Runners project we are pleased to announce details of the public open day.
Anyone can drop in and try BLOCKS and take part in our competition. Please register your attendance online via our Facebook fan page or on event site between 12pm and 6.30pm.
We would love to hear your thoughts about BLOCKS via our Facebook fan page , we would also like to announce the Twitter hashtag #PlayStationGameRunners where we welcome your tweets on the day.
Throughout the afternoon an exciting live paint session will be conducted by End of the Line; a collective of skilled aerosol artists, designers, illustrators, photographers and producers who create breathtaking large scale commissions and conceptual designs. You can see them in action here.
- <*> Open play and live paint session 12pm to 5pm*>
- <*> Final tournament from 6.30pm*>
- <*> Finals from 7.30*>
- <*> Event finishes at 8.30pm*>
Game Runners is an experimental project where PlayStation, members of the public and young people from diverse backgrounds have come together to create social games; PlayStation believe the best games are played as a group.
The project has been developed by PlayStation and Hide&Seek with a team of 8 initial Game Runners who PlayStation have picked to train as game designers to work together to make the games relevant to the public.
For further information, interviews and imagery please contact:
David Farrer on firstname.lastname@example.org
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