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Sep. 1, 2017 12:43 pm

Play the brand new games from the NYU Game Center next Friday

The seven game developers from the summer cohort are ready to bring their games to the world.

"Deeper" by Christopher Chung and Desiree Cifre.

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It’s the end of the summer and that means that the NYU Game Center’s summer cohort is ready to show their games off.

The Game Center accepted seven game makers from around the country this spring for a crash course in bringing their ideas to fruition. Next Friday, the incubator will host the 2017 NYU Game Center Incubator Showcase.

“Starting at 7PM, the developers will briefly present how they transformed their games from pitch to product in just three short months,” according to the NYU Game Center. “After the presentations, join the NYC community to play these exciting new games.”

If you’re interested in what the games are, check out our coverage from this spring (“7 games from NYU Game Center’s new cohort“).

Tickets are free and open to the public.

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