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Announcement from ROUGOL, 10th June, 2015

The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group Of London will be:

Overlord

Presented by Anthony Bartram, Amcog Games

Monday 15th June 2015, 7:45pm

The Blue-Eyed Maid (upstairs in the Spice Lounge restaurant)
173 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1HR

Overlord is a new RISC OS game that was released at the Wakefield Show and now available through !Store. It is a 3D space shoot-em-up game featuring 47 minutes of original music including seven in game themes, original sound effects and graphics.

Released by Amcog Games, the author Anthony Bartram will tell us about the game design and the production of the graphics and music. He will also show key elements of the game code, the source of which is provided.

There will be plenty of time to play the game after the presentation.

Can you defeat the Overlord?

MPdata – July Meeting

At next month’s meeting on Monday 20th July, Kevin Wells will be talking about MPdata and his other applications.

RISC OS London Show 2015

This year’s London Show date has been set:

Saturday 24th October 2015

ROUGOL on Twitter

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The usual arrangements

Admittance is free and everyone is welcome. A range of hot and cold food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, will be on sale.

The venue is between London Bridge and Borough tube stations, so readily accessible by public transport (both stations are a five minute walk away, through well lit and CCTV’d main streets). It also has ample cycle parking (covered by CCTV) very close by.

If you are arriving by car, the Congestion Charge ends at 6pm and our meeting starts much later. However, please note that parking on double red lines is restricted at all times. On single red or yellow lines it is best to park after 7pm. If you are not familiar with *central* London parking or driving, please allow extra time, patience, and maps.

If you need any help reaching the venue, or any other information, please contact us by email, via Twitter, or by telephone on 07970 211 629.

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