Gamescape, the video game showcase for game enthusiasts and exhibiting companies alike, is back for its fifth year at Artscape, the annual summer music and arts festival that draws a crowd of 350,000, according to festival organizers.
Organized by Pure Bang Games founder Ben Walsh, Gamescape is meant to give small and mid-size game developers in the Baltimore region a chance to display what they’ve been working on over the past year.
In previous years Gamescape was hosted on the Maryland Institute College of Art campus. This year Gamescape will take up indoor space on North Charles Street in the former home of Everyman and Single Carrot theaters, just next to the Charles Theater.-30-
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