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NYU Game Center to debut four new games at fourth No Quarter Exhibition

Attract Mode and NYU Game Center partner for exhibition

The NYU Game Center will premiere four new games from Bennett Foddy (QWOP, GIRP, CLOP), Sophie Houlden (Runcible Sky, Am I Happy?), Nikita Mikros (Propaganda Lander, SmashHockey), Josh DeBonis (Meriwether: An American Epic) and Matthew LoPresti (Telltale Games) at the fourth No Quarter Exhibition this year.

The No Quarter Exhibition will be held at the Tisch School of the Arts, on the ninth floor of 721 Broadway in New York on May 3. In addition to the four new games on exhibition, the NYU Game Center has also partnered with video game culture collective Attract Mode to commission illustrations from artists based on some of the games from previous No Quarter exhibitions.

The NYU Game Center has an ongoing record of commissioning new work from both established and emerging independent game developers. Past commissions have included games like Mark Essen's Nidhogg, Robin Arnott's Deep Sea, Margaret Robertson's Drunk Dungeon, Terry Cavanagh's At A Distance, Ramiro Corbetta's Hokra and many more.

More information about the event can be viewed here.