Roguelike Celebration @@@

A celebration of roguelike games

The Roguelike Celebration has taken place twice, on November 11-12 2017, and September 16, 2016, in San Francisco.

If you or your company would like to be a host or sponsor of next year's event, please send us a message at contact@roguelike.club - information about sponsorship levels can be found here.

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As an example of a previous update, we held a free roguelike meetup on May 17, 2016 in SF.

Why?

Roguelike games have been part of gaming culture for over 30 years! They have a deep and special place in our hearts. There are so many fans across age groups and around the world that there should be a place for all of them to get together and celebrate these unique games.

We were inspired to do this by the International Roguelike Development Conference — and instead of a focus on development, this was for all of us — the players!

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Sponsors

GitHub logo
GitHub donated use of their office event space for Roguelike Celebration 2017.

Eventbrite logo
Eventbrite donated use of their office event space for Roguelike Celebration 2016.

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Noisebridge is a hackerspace for technical-creative projects, doocratically run by its members. It is a non-profit educational institution intended for public benefit. We're grateful they serve as our fiscal sponsor.

Our guidelines

Roguelike Celebration is a friendly and respectful celebration that welcomes players of all levels of experience (including no experience) and of all ages (people with kids welcome).

We have a code of conduct for all participants, since we're dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Our code of conduct.

We also recommend Recurse Center style social rules.

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