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BAF Game 2013 Guests Announced And Passes On Sale

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Now in its ninth year, BAF Game is dedicated to exploring the overlaps between the world of video games, animation and film.

With a focus on innovation, this year’s programme promises to bring together some of the world’s best indie developers as well as industry legends to inspire and enthrall.

Our programmers, Jamie Sefton and Ian Palmer have been beavering away behind the scenes over the past few months to bring you this year’s programme. You will not be disappointed.

BAF Game 2013 guests – first announcements

Warren Spector

Warren Spector

We are thrilled to welcome Warren Spector, known for working on such titles as sci-fi horror System Shock, future-noir role-playing game Deus Ex and more recently the original Epic Mickey titles for Disney Interactive.

Warren will be joining us on Tuesday 12th November to speak about his 30 year career, his love of animation and his inspiration for creating classic videogames.

Project Zomboid, The Indie Stone

Project Zomboid, The Indie Stone

Andy Hodgetts, Co-designer and Technical Artist at The Indie Stone (responsible for Project Zomboid) is lined up to deliver Pixellating the Apocalypse, a session looking at how an immersive apocalyptic world can be created with a zero budget.

Worms Revolution, Team17

Worms Revolution, Team17

Also at BAF Game 2013 will be Kevin Carthew, Creative Director at leading indie developers, Team 17.

Kevin will be speaking about their popular games, including Worms Revolution, and the changing art styles needed for modern games development.

BAF Game passes are now on sale

You can now buy BAF Game passes at the special early bird price of £55, and day passes are also on sale from £30. More information about group passes and how to secure your ticket can be found on our BAF Game page.

Buy passes for BAF Game 2013

Full programme coming soon

Our full programme will be announced on 17th September, so make sure you keep an eye on the BAF website, Facebook and twitter for regular updates.

See you in November!

Bradford Animation Festival is organised in strong partnership with Game Republic and the University of Bradford.

Written by Fozia Bano

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