What will the year 2019 be like? And who will YOU be in the future?
You’re invited to a SUPERSTRUCT PARTY & MEET-UP!
Learn all about, and try out, Superstruct, the worlds’ first massively-multiplayer forecasting game
If you've been meaning to check out Superstruct but haven't had time yet...
If you've poked around the site, but haven't registered yet...
If you've been playing the game and want to learn more about how it was designed and what comes next in 2019...
Monday October 20, 2008 (2019)
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
at the Institute for the Future
*This meet-up will be filmed for the Sundance Channel, which is doing a show about Superstruct*
Address: 124 University Avenue, Palo Alto, CA (across the street from the downtown Palo Alto Cal Train station)
FOR NEW PLAYERS: Learn how the game works, register, and complete your first mission
FOR EXPERIENCED PLAYERS: Meet other SEHIs, talk to the game director and scenario director about what should happen next in 2019, earn a rare badge, and complete an advanced game mission
FOR ADVENTURERS: The meetup is followed by an optional “downtown mission”. Are you ready to take Superstruct to the real world?
Please RSVP by Friday October 17 to email@example.com
Due to the Ravenous Superthreat and the globally disrupted food supply chains, this party is BYOS – bring your own snack to share with others with others. (We’ll provide drinks, including bootleg champagne!)
P.S. It will be my birthday party, so we'll be blowing out an extra 11 candles on a birthday cake -- you know, what with it being 2019 and all ^_^
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Invitation! Superstruct party/meetup in Palo Alto October 20!
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ARG-- I would totally be there, but there's the slight problem of me being halfway across the continent from California xD
Happy early birthday anyway! Hope everything goes well!
I would totally be there as well but the ssame problem here lol
I also wish you a happy b-day and I hope it went well
It's during work hours? Phooey. I need to build up capital to better survive the coming lean times, I'll sadly have to miss this.
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