Game on as Sheffield event looks to inspire next developers

Three-year-old Annabelle Pearson, from Hillsbrough, plays on an old arcade game.

Three-year-old Annabelle Pearson, from Hillsbrough, plays on an old arcade game.

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Several games studios set up workshops and let would-be designers makers test out their code and design skills.

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens.

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens.

Sheffield-based Sumo Digital, the team behind Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, showed off the secrets of level design with another game, Katsuma Unleashed.

Replay Events also hosted a gaming tournament, while vans filled with computer and DJ equipment were parked around Tudor Square.

Developer Rory Cullen, of Pimoroni, said: “We’re excited to be involved with Games Britannia so we can pass on our love of gaming to a new generation.”

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens. Logan Barlett, six, cutting out sonic the hedgehog characters

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens. Logan Barlett, six, cutting out sonic the hedgehog characters

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens. A different way to play Pacman, using your feet

Games Brittannia Live at Sheffield's Winter Gardens. A different way to play Pacman, using your feet

 

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