Freshly liberated indie developer Peter Molyneux has signed up to do a Boot Cycle at this year's GameCity festival in Nottingham.

GameCity7, which runs from 20th to 27th October, will see the former Lionhead Studios boss take over proceedings for an entire day, scheduling events to "celebrate and explore" his time in the industry. He'll discuss past and future projects and his inspirations.

Elsewhere, there's an event to celebrate 30 years of the Commodore 64. The original team behind much-loved UK mag Zzap!64 will create a one-off commemorative issue.

Other attendees include Martin Hollis, one of the designers of GoldenEye 007 on N64, Homefront 2 developer Crytek UK and LEGO games developer TT Games.

There will be a film show, featuring movies inspired by video games, panel debates, Q&As and other bits and bobs. For more information, check out the GameCity website.

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