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This topic contains 6 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  david4482 10 years, 3 months ago.

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  • #6014

    Skyclad
    Participant

  • #36902

    david4482
    Participant

    Now to play the names on faces game.

  • #36904

    Max Marshall
    Participant

    ..and here is the reason why game developers should be heard and not seen…

  • #36907

    Ronny
    Participant

    Cheers, Dave. We really should have had someone taking shots throughout the evening!

  • #36911

    peter_b
    Participant

    free heineken.. balls i missed it :(

  • #36920

    aphra
    Keymaster

    in the second photo the two guys nearer the right, one with hands to face are Mike Brown, speaker on the night from DarkWater and behind him Paul, their chief tech person. Behind them in black polo is Nicolas Pajot from GALA networks Europe who have just moved into the digital depot and beside him is a guy from PopCap whose name right now escapes me.

    Obviously pic 3 & 4 are me and Sean Blanchfield from Demonware as he realises he wouldn’t be getting a silver envelope full of vochures but instead a racing game with a physical track and cars (since he doesn’t drive as yet!).

    Sean is in pic one, Sergio is off in the background from BCFE, nearest the left is sofox and just over his thumb is Mal and beside him Simon (gizmo). Two guys beside Sean B I am not so sure..

    beat that.!

    Aphra.

  • #36922

    david4482
    Participant

    Truly impressive Aphra.

    But Sofox has an extra hand on his thumb!! – I call that an unfair advantage in playing games.

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