Machinarium dev reveals new games in UK

Jakub Dvorský hits Nottingham.

Jakub Dvorský, the Czech creator of superb 2009 point and click adventure game Machinarium, will unveil his follow-up work at the GameCityNights festival in Nottingham on 25th March.

Details are under wraps, but we're promised the world premiere of two brand new games.

The Amanita Design founder will also talk about his work on upcoming movie Kooky, his life in the industry and whatever else you lot want to ask him about.

Also attending is graphic designer Cory Schmitz, who specialises in video game inspired art. Some of that's below.

The event takes place at Antenna, Beck Street, NG1 1EQ, from 6pm. Entry is strictly 18+.

Dan Whitehead returned an 8/10 in Eurogamer's Machinarium review, saying, "Machinarium is a treat for the senses that demands more of your brain, a paradoxically gentle yet punishing riff on a genre that, until now, had been revived but sadly defanged for modern players."

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