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  1. AdventureX is the UK's only convention dedicated to narrative-driven gaming. Now in its 6th year, AdventureX is a free event bringing together developers & gamers with a passion for interactive storytelling. The event was formed out of the adventure game community though we've expanded to follow narrative/story games in general. Encompassing everything from retro pixel-hunts to rich, branching narratives, AdventureX is celebration of creativity, indie development and geek culture. The event is in it's 6th year, ad will run November 19-20th at Goldsmith's University London (New Cross). If you'd like to speak, exhibit or be on a panel please fill out an application form. We won't start processing applications until the start of October so don't worry too much if it takes you a few days to apply. Since we're funded by Kickstarter exhibiting itself is free, Application forms: http://www.adventurexpo.org/apply/ If you want to attend as a visitor, just turn up we'll see you then! I know a few fellow Double Fine forum members tend to appear each year so I hope a few of you can drop by again. We're still finalising our special guests but previous guest speakers include: Charles Cecil (Broken Sword, Beneath a Steel Sky) Dave Gilbert (The Blackwell Series) Jon Ingold (80 Days, Sorcery!) Steve Ince (The Witcher, So Blonde) Mark Estdale (Telltale's Game of Thrones, Deponia) Dr. Ernest Adams (S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl) To fund the event we have a Kickstarter, we've actually just hit our goal so the event will run for sure. We're only £26 away from our next stretch goal which is to fund a documentary about the event. We already hit the livestream stretch goal so we should be broadcasting the whole thing as it happens. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adventurex/adventurex-2016-the-narrative-games-convention