Talk & Play – Project Showcase Form
If you'd like to showcase* your project at Talk & Play #41 on March 24, 2020 at the Game Science Center Berlin, please fill and send this form. You can still bring your project if you're not filling this form, but we won't be able to guarantee there will be space for you, and the project won't be mentioned on in the event description & event introduction.

The number of available slots is limited, and they’re allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Any type of game and game-related projects are welcome in our showcase.

You can find out more about Talk & Play at – if you have any questions please get in touch using this form

* With "showcase" we mean that you'll be able to exhibit your project for people to try straight after the talks, during the second part of the evening, from 9pm to 11pm. There won't be any presentation on stage with slides and so on!
What's the name of the project? *
Who's the author of the project? *
The team's name, your nickname or your real name... just let us know who you'd like to attribute the game to!
Please provide a URL (just one) where people can find more details about the project or its author(s).
Ideally the project's site, or the press kit page, or a site where people can try/download/buy it. If not available, your own site or favourite social media account will also do.
Please provide the link to an image representing the project (e.g. screenshot) *
Ideal size: 1920x1080 pixel, it makes things much easier for us if you send it in this format, otherwise we'll have to do some adjustments to it. Fastest and easiest option to share an image is We need a static image, only send animated gifs or videos as additional material.
Are you on Twitter? If so, what's your username?
It's a good idea to be on Twitter if you're making games or game-related projects – just saying!
What's the setup of your project? How do you plan to show it at Talk & Play? *
Knowing which device(s) you'll be using helps us assigning you the best spot. If you have any special requirements just select the last option and give us details.
If you're showing a game: is it meant to be played by more than one person? If so, how many players can play it at the same time?
We need to know this because more players require more space.
Please provide your email address in case we need to contact you. *
You never know!
Important: we will provide tables, chairs, power strips and internet connection, but you must bring everything else needed to show your project: device (laptop, tablet, phone...), chargers, controllers and so on. We also highly recommend to bring a pair of headphones the players can use, as the venue gets quite noisy during the showcase part. Ok? *
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