August Meeting – First Annual Summer BBQ

by Aaron Melcher on August 6, 2013

in Event announcements,Post Mortem

We’re pleased to announce the first Boston Post Mortem (BPM) Summer BBQ! Come join us for a feast with your favorite developer friends.

First Annual Summer BBQ:

Please register on our Eventbrite for the event:

The event is taking place in the grassy field in Subatomic Studios’ office complex in Alewife. There is a fire pit on the east side of the building at 150Cambridge Park Drive – we will set up BBQs, food, drinks (BYOB) and other fun stuff to do around there. Guests are more than welcome to bring games (either their own to show off or just general fun games to play), as well as alcohol (we will only provide food).

Guests can park behind the building (buzz in and say that you are visiting Subatomic Studios) or pay to park in the Alewife lot. This location is also right off the Alewife Red Line MBTA stop as well as the bike path that meanders through Davis Square and leads to the Minuteman Trail, so it is very easy to access.


We would like to thank our sponsors for helping us cover the costs of food. Here is a list of our sponsors (we will continue updating it as new sponsors come in):

Subatomic Studios LLC – Subatomic Studios is a Cambridge based game development studio best known for Fieldrunners and Fieldrunners 2. Subatomic believes in making ultra high quality games for mobile platforms, while giving players the quality and content they value in AAA games. Subatomic Studios won the Best Game and the Best Achievement in Art awards for Fieldrunners at the 2009 IGF Mobile. Stay tuned for new games from this amazing team!


ThemePark Studios – ThemePark Studios is a marketing, publicity and events company based in Boston, Massachusetts, offering comprehensive marketing strategy and innovative public relations for clients in games, film, TV and the arts.  Clients have included Boston Festival of Indie Games, Fantastic Fest, Fantastic Arcade, Giant Spacekat, Monster & Glitch, NBC Universal, Proletariat, SXSW Screenburn, Wizard World and numerous others.


Giant Spacekat – Giant Spacekat is indie studio specializing in cinematic experiences using the Unreal engine. Their debut game, Revolution 60, has been described by the press as “Heavy Rain” meets “Mass Effect.”
• Gameblyr – Gameblyr is a Boston-based game publisher, launching in September 2013.
See you in a couple of weeks!

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