Supporting Programme "Game Masters"

Groups and schools classes

Groups (from 10 persons) need for their visit of the exhibition a registration subject to cost. Please book the time window for your group visit with the Museumsdienst Hamburg: Tel. 040 428 131-0 oder http://www.museumsdienst-hamburg.de. Exhibition hosts are present to answer questions to the games and the phenomenon of gaming. | School classes: 10 € per group | adults: 20 € per group plus 8 € entrance fee per group member | Please note that some games are X-rated. You will find the appropriate age recommendation on each gaming station.

KIDS' SUNDAY

Sunday, 5 March 2017, 3 pm
From all that can be molded and tasted, edible creations are formed. First, the young designers are inspired by the brightly colored handheld heroes and pixel princesses of the "Game Masters" and then create their own delicacies.

Open Workshop. Creative Gaming

Saturday, 14.1. | 28.1. | 11.2. | 25.2. | 11.3. | 25.3. | 8.4. | 22.4.2017, 12am-4pm
In this workshop you are going to create and design for all one's worth. Whether it is analogue or digital: We design new games, tell exciting stories using games and transform pawns into comic heroes. | Presented by: Initiative Creative Gaming e.V. | Program in the exhibition „Game Culture Hamburg“ | included in museum entrance fee | without previous notice | suitable for gaming fans from the age of 11 years | for further information info(at)creative-gaming.eu

Curator-led tours

Thursday, 26.1. | 23.2.2017, 7pm
with Dennis Conrad and Simon Klingler | included in entrance fee

Workshop for School classes. Build your own controller with Makey Makey

Tuesday, 17.1. | 14.2. | 21.3. | 18.4.2017, 10am-4pm | booked out!
Together we visit the exhibition and examine, how games are operated and what kind of different game controller exist. With these impressions we design our own controller using clay, gummy bears, pencils and many other items. | Presented by: Initiative Creative Gaming e.V. | costs: 5 € per participants plus 10 € fee per group | suitable for pupils age 13 to 17 years | for further information and registration: info(at)creative-gaming.eu

Workshop for School classes. Game Design with Kodu

Tuesday, 31.1. | 28.2. | 4.4.2017, 10am-4pm | booked out!
Together we visit the exhibition and  discover how small and major development studies found their ideas. With these new impression we discuss what makes a good game. After that we develop 3D-games using the programme "Kodu". With your USB flash drive you can take your game home! | Presented by: Initiative Creative Gaming e.V. | costs: 5 € per participant plus 10 € fee per group | suitable for pupils age 13 to 17 years | for further information: info(at)creative-gaming.eu

Indiegame. Live Let's Play

Thursday, 19.1.2017, 7pm

At Indie Live Let's Play, we bring the gems from the exhibition "Game Culture Hamburg" to the stage. What challenges do Hamburg Indie Developers face? How did they master the way from the university to their own game design studio? We are playing "Orwell" (Osmotic Studios, 2016), "Whateverland" (Sara Lisa Vogl, 2015), "Move" (Leif Rumbke, 2006) and "Mimics (Navel, 2015). With guests from the Hamburg Indiegames scene, presented by Gunnar Krupp and Wolf Speer. | entrance fee 10 Euro advanced sale | order tickets via eventim.de | exhibition visit inclusive (from 5pm)

E-Sport - will the computer be olympic?

Thursday, 9.2.2017, 6 pm
E-sports events have long been blockbusters in East Asia. Tens of thousands of screen athletes cheer for their screen-athletes in competition arenas, hundreds of thousands follow live streams on the Internet. In Germany too, professional gamers are gaining in popularity. Large companies and classic sports clubs now have e-sports teams that attract a lot of fans. Together with the Hamburg-based computer accessories manufacturer ROCCAT, we present the topic of e-sports and organize a public viewing of the "League of Legends" game. | An event made possible by ROCCAT | Admission: 10 Euro in advance sale | order tickets via eventim.de | Including visit to the exhibition (from 5 pm)

Let's Platt

Thursday, 9.3.2017, 7pm
Reknerspeele und Platt geiht nich tohopen? That Low German ('Plattdeutsch') and digital games have much more to do with each other than one thinks, becomes clear in the "Live Let's Play" op Platt on stage in the MKG. Yared Dibaba leads as a showmaster- sometimes in Platt, sometimes in high German - through digital football games with North German local clubs, talks with a low German Let's Player about his favorite simulations, looks for the right terms for the low German game culture with the audience. And casually brings three generations to a game table. | Admission: 10 Euro in advance sale | order tickets via eventim.de | Including visit to the exhibition (from 5 pm)

Play Show

Thursday, 23.3.2017, 7pm
Play Show, which are: interesting people, who talk with a presenter about exciting, games-related topics. Exclusive show interludes accompany the discussions. Guests are among others the game heads of the city portrayed in the exhibition "Game Culture Hamburg". What is the development of games in Hamburg? What happens behind the scenes? We take a look into the Hamburg Games industry and apprenticeship. | Admission: 10 Euro in advance sale | order tickets via eventim.de | Including visit to the exhibition (from 5pm)

For the love of the game! Germany on the way to the gaming society

Thursday, 6.4.2017, 7pm
Germany is in the game fever! Around 35 million people - and thus 46 percent of the total population - play computer games and video games. From the fast casual game in the subway, through online role plays and competitive e-sport events to museum exhibitions - the phenomenon is noticeable throughout society. The panel discussion deals with the light and shadow of the digital game culture. | An event made possible by ROCCAT | Admission: 10 Euro in advance sale | order tickets via eventim.de | Including visit to the exhibition (from 5pm)

 

Ill.: Capy, Critter Crunch, 2009, Courtesy: Capy Games, © Capy Games