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Hacking the Past, Friday 15 April 2016, Sheffield Hallam
12noon – 4pm, Friday 15th April 2016, Sheffield Hallam University: Aspect Court 15201 (S1 2BG – directions see below)
An informal event to play games set in the past.
The aim of the day is to play games and to try out different methods of researching computer gaming.
The gamers are invited to participate in testing and hacking the methods for collecting these gaming experiences.
12 noon: Arrive at Aspect Court room 201 LUNCH provided
13.00: Methods and hacking – PLAY
14.00: Review of playing
15.00: Researchers meeting – players to evaluate
15.30: Review of day and next steps
Directions to Aspect Court from Sheffield train station
On exiting the station turn right – cross the road at the traffic lights and head under the covered walkway signposted to Sheffield Transport Interchange. Cross over the zebra crossing and head to the right hand side of the bus station. Follow the road alongside the bus station. You will pass a pub at the end and Aspect Court building is straight in front of you.
Directions and parking for Aspect Court – Nearest car parks – Ponds Forge (pay and display).