GDC Wrap Up

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Thanks to everyone who came to us at GDC two weeks ago. The show was a tremendous success. We showed off our exhibits to thousands of attendees from all over the world.


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We had visits from Stephen “Slug” Russell, Mark DeLaura, Tom Hall, Jerry Lawson’s son Marc Lawson, and Journeyman Project vet Tommy Yune. Marc even brought some of his father’s old works, including his Atari 2600 games. Sadly, making an Atari 2600 work on a modern LCD is not the easiest thing in the world, so as you can see in this photo, we didn’t leave the 2600 on for long.


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As always, GDC provided some excellent volunteers to help us person the booth. Our own volunteers had a great time, as well, and League of Legends Hats were had by all.

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