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Sound Shapes, DayZ and Mutant Blobs Attack developers speaking at Gamercamp Toronto

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Toronto celebrates the art and craft of games

Gamercamp Toronto will play host to talks by Chris Harvey (Mutant Blobs Attack), Dean Hall (DayZ) and Jonathan Mak (Sound Shapes) when the two day event that celebrates the art and creativity in games kicks off on Nov. 3.

In addition to presentations given by noted game developers, the event will also showcase more than 25 games from North America including Nidhogg, Gravity Ghost, At A Distance, Guts of Glory, Dyad, Skulls of the Shogun, Super TIME Force and Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.

The event will also host gamemaking workshops about HTML5 and motion capture.

Passes to the event are now on sale and start at $20 for the Saturday social events and $99 to cover the entire weekend's talks, social events and an American Apparel Gamercamp t-shirt.

The Toronto premiere of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney movie will also be screened at Gamercamp. Tickets must be purchased separately.

Gamercamp Toronto runs from Nov. 3-4.