Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Plymouth meetup group added to Playtest UK

We have added another playtesting group to Meetup.com:

The Plymouth Playtest meetup group is run by David Manley and their next meetup is on Tuesday 11th December at The Marina Bar, Plymouth, PL4 0DN.

We now have regular meetups at 20 locations around the country:
London, Newcastle, Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Oxford, Reading, Norwich, Enfield, Bath, Redruth, Dundee, Croydon, Southampton and Plymouth, where designers and playtesters can meet up to play games and give each other feedback.

You can find details of the meetups here: www.meetup.com/Playtest


Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Playtest UK @ Dragonmeet 2017


Saturday 2nd December 2017


Playtest UK will be returning to Dragonmeet for the 8th year to run the Playtest Zone. Check out the www.dragonmeet.co.uk website for more details.
This year Dragonmeet will double in size and take over both floors at the Novotel Hammersmith, London W6 8DR. We will be playtesting from 10am until 6pm. 

This will be a public playtesting event for card games, board games, digital game prototypes. If you are a games designer, this is a perfect opportunity to play your game with the great gaming public and receive more feedback in a day than you usually would in a month.

There will be a prize draw for playtesters that sit down to play a prototype.

If you would like to bring along a game design to be playtested please RSVP to the meetup page: 
https://www.meetup.com/Playtest/events/245157492/
then, register your game beforehand using the website contact form:
https://goo.gl/forms/A4IFzuyFzBP6Nqys1 
then, book your time slot here:
https://doodle.com/poll/8xxcbnzxg5vh2uda
If you are interested in volunteering to help out at the Playtest Zone, you can register here for a free ticket: https://goo.gl/forms/3zuqQQCL6KFmIRcf1

Adult Tickets can be bought from the website for about £10 each (or they are £12 on the door).
Under 16's  tickets are free with an adult.
Transport: I would advise against driving as parking in this area of London is very expensive, but the venue is a short walk from Hammersmith and Baron's Court rail & tube stations, which are on the District & Piccadilly lines.