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Saturday, December 01, 2007


Photos from the Gamma 256 event recently held in Montreal, in which a selection of games with a display of under 256 pixels were being showcased.

- Célu
- Dive (download)
- Doomed Planet (download)
- Mr Heart Loves You Very Much (Terry's review)
- More photos from Gamma 256, taken by Simon Law
- Musical performances


Update: More photos from the Gamma 256 party. [source: Petri Purho]
7 Comments:
Anonymous sfllaw said at 12/01/2007 06:58:00 AM:  
Thanks for using my photograph.

Since it is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, please note that you can get the original here.

Thanks!
Simon
Anonymous Digital Tools said at 12/01/2007 10:03:00 AM:  
That whole event looks really relaxed. I wonder if the games were mostly played on laptops? Nevertheless, some of the contributions were really interesting at it seems that the Kokoromi-guys really started something.
Blogger sfllaw said at 12/01/2007 10:44:00 AM:  
All of the games were hosted by laptops and projected on to big screens.
Anonymous Brandon said at 12/01/2007 01:30:00 PM:  
Heya -- glad my videos are already starting to make the rounds. Sorry they're a bit shaky -- it's all just from my camera.

I've got a few photos up here as well.

B.
Blogger Jeff Lambert said at 12/01/2007 01:54:00 PM:  
WTF! I live in Montreal, why did I never hear about this?
Blogger colin said at 12/01/2007 02:37:00 PM:  
I love Dive, except it needs a score and a high score table.
Anonymous BMcC said at 12/02/2007 02:36:00 PM:  
Those last photos are from Ivan, the Official TIGSource Photographer for the evening.

I'm super glad they got leaked IVAN. I wonder how that happened, IVAN. :P