Brooklyn Brewery and the NYU Game Center are bringing together some never-before-seen games and a brand new Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment, The Discreet Charm of the Framboisie, in Brooklyn Brewery’s Tasting Room on Friday, June 17. You’ll get to try your hand at some of the strangest and most exciting new games from the Game Center on TVs around the room. Then, stop by the bar to be among the first to taste The Discreet Charm of the Framboisie, a lively sour ale aged on whole raspberries in bourbon barrels.

More info on the Brooklyn Brewery site.

We’ll be featuring three games from the 2015-2016 MFA Thesis and BFA Capstone classes:


3 Nights In Chicago

Chris Wallace, Angela Lee, Ben Poland, Carl Farra, and Seth Scott
MFA Thesis

3 Nights in Chicago is a competitive local multiplayer game for 2 or 4 players where two teams of gangsters attempt to rob the same bank at the same time. Run to the safes, grab some loot, and bring it back to your car before the cops show up!

Try it 1 on 1 for a more strategic, tactical experience, or 2 v 2 for a rowdy party game!

Visit their site here for more info!


Consume Me

Jenny Jiao Hsia
BFA Captstone

Consume Me is a personal game about balancing my diet and how that affected my relationship with food and my body.

More info the game’s site here!

Screenshot 2016-06-06 14.19.46

Black Emperor

Jose Tomas Vicuna
MFA Thesis

Black Emperor is a one button action game about speed and death in the world of teenage motorcycle racing in post-war Japan.

More info on the game’s site here!