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Norwich Games Festival returns to The Forum, Norwich in May from 27 May – 1 June for free gaming fun for all the family.


Organised and run by The Forum, the festival involves many organisations across Norwich including lead education partner NUA, One Life leſt Gaming Café and Access Creative College. The Festival celebrates the cultural, creative and educational aspects of the gaming industry. It’s for all ages, all levels of interest & expertise.


Every year it shows projects and games from local, national and international talent. It also offers careers advice on how to turn a passion for games into a career in a fast growing industry.


Last year over 60,000 visitors attended, and 2019 is set to be better that ever. The programme includes indie, mainstream and retro games, seminars, talks, workshops, demos and shows.


A highlight for TV fans is an exhibition from the hit Black Mirror episode Bandersnatch. A selection of original props and a version of the real Nohzdyve game on the Sinclair Spectrum will be on show! New for 2019 is a dedicated tabletop games area in Café Bar Marzano. And


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outside the Forum giant versions of Tetris and Space Invaders are available to play for real.


The festival wouldn’t be complete without the popular Pub Quiz which returns on Sat 1 June. Hosted by Stuart Ashen (Ashens) and DidYouKnowGaming you can test your gaming knowledge with the chance to win some epic prizes.


Other highlights include: tournaments at One Life Leſt, A D&D Live show, relaxed sessions, students displays and a careers bar with BAFTA.


Visit norwichgamesfestival.com for the latest news about the 2109 programme.


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