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Aardman, Ustwo and more to discuss non-violent games design at EGX Digital

GamesIndustry.biz hosts panel discussion this Friday that looks at the alternatives to killing all of the things

This Friday, we’ll be hosting a discussion with a range of developers about the challenge of making video games that do not centre around — or, ideally, are entirely devoid of — violence.

If that sounds familiar, it’s because we hosted a similar discussion at EGX last year with Fall Guys developers Mediatonic, which you can watch right here. This time, we’re expanding the discussion with a wider range of studios.

The panel will be hosted by myself, and feature Aardman producer George Rowe, Ustwo Games’ chief creative officer Dan Gray, Nyamyam co-founder Jennifer Schneidereit, Hue and Qube developer Dan Da Rocha, and Quantum Soup founder Chris Payne.

The session is titled ‘A natter about non-violent games’ and runs on the EGX2 stream at 1.05pm UK / 8am ET / 5am PT on Friday, September 18.

This panel is part of EGX Digital, which is one half of PAX Online x EGX Digital — a nine-day celebration of video games encompassing developer interviews, panels, Let’sPlays, Meet and Greets, and more, all via livestreaming.

You can find the full schedule for PAX Online x EGX Digital at the official website.

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