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ReAnimate: 2024 Summer School on Retro Gaming History, Critic, and Development
Poster: tygre Date: 28-Mar-2024 3:33:41

Hi there!

Folks in Montréal are organising a Summer School on retro-development, with a special focus on the Amiga!

"A summer school dedicated to retro gaming, which invites both humanities and engineering to provide unique insights on retro gaming, both theoretical and practical, and opportunities for cross-fertilization among research fields. Supported by the ACM SIGSOFT."

Check it out!
Tygre


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