Sunday, October 06, 2013

Traps'n'Treasures @ the gameZfestival in Zurich

Yay! Traps'n'Treasures was presented (among other Swiss Amiga and Atari ST games created in the 80's/90's) at this weekend's games festival happening in Zurich, Switzerland.

Being part of a retrospective about the young days of game development in Switzerland was a great honour for me and it was nice to see again many familiar faces from the past days of the Swiss C64/Amiga/Atari ST scene.

The festival was organized really well with a lot of passion and care for detail and I would like to thank the committee for their great effort.

One cool feature was for example, that you needed to throw a dice to figure out the price for your entry fee. Or the squeaky chicken to draw people's attention was very funny. Great ideas and good atmosphere.

I really hope there will be another festival like this next year. Would even throw 2 dice next time.

1 comment:

Anthony said...

I found your level maps whilst google image searching, and thought..that's strange, this game looks good, but I don't know what it is. So I read your other posts about the development of your game to find out why. It was a fantastic read! Good to see you are still celebrating your creative triumph at recent game festivals. Cheers from NZ!