October 29 – November 1, 2020
If you’ve ever played Telephone, and if you’ve ever played Pictionary, and if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like if those two games met at a games convention, and dated and fell in love and got married and had a game-child and then they grew tired of each other and started playing other games and eventually they found out and they went to counseling and it was of no use and they had an amiable divorce though the relationship was strained but they kept it pretty much together for their game-child which they named Telestrations and, uh, not sure where I was going with this…
*Note: The information above is a draft provided by the presenter and may be different in the HalloweeM Program Booklet.
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