We invite you to step back into the ’80s and ’90s

On September 12 and 13 an unprecedented feast of ’80s and ’90s retro-computing history will take place in The Netherlands.

Commodore. Nintendo. Sega. Atari. Arcade and pinball machines. All will be present and of course, we’ll organize a special celebration of the Commodore Amiga’s 35th birthday.

Event speakers will be your heroes of yesteryear and today who you’ll of course get to meet and hangout with as well. Get your tickets now and see you there!

Event speakers and special guests

Our event wouldn’t be complete without some very special speakers and guests:

  • Billy Mitchell

    Gamer of the Century. Donkey Kong & Pac-man hero. King of Kong. Hot-sauce mogul. Does he even need an introduction?

  • Noah Falstein

    Game designer who started his career at LucasArts and moved on to Dreamworks Interactive and the 3DO company. (Co-) Designed the Indiana Jones adventure games and Battlehawks 1942.

  • David Fox

    Former LucasArts employee. Created Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders. Worked on Maniac Mansion and most recently: Thimbleweed Park.

  • Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi

    (Co-) Founder of The Pirate Bay, equality advocate and perhaps most importantly: former Amiga demoscener.

  • Al Lowe

    Who didn’t have an (illegal) copy of Leisure Suit Larry in the ’80s?

    Al created the most popular adult-themed adventure game series ever!

  • Bil Herd

    After first acting as the principal engineer on the Commodore Plus/4, C16/116, C264, and C364 machines, Herd designed the significantly more successful Commodore 128, a dual-CPU, triple-OS, compatible successor to the Commodore 64.

  • Dave Haynie

    Former Commodore chief engineer. (Co-) Developed the Amiga 3000. Author of The Deathbed Vigil, the famous movie about the last days at Commodore.

  • RJ Mical

    Developed “Intuition”, the Amiga user interface system. Co-developed the Atari Lynx. Always smiling.

    Did we mention he may be bringing friends?

Venue information

Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision

NAME
Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision
(Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid)

ADDRESS
Media Parkboulevard 1
1217 WE Hilversum
The Netherlands

TRANSPORT AND PARKING
The venue is located approx. 40 km from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Railway station Hilversum Media Park is less than a 5 minute walk from the venue and only a 30 minute trainride away from the centre of Amsterdam. The venue has its own parking garage to safely park your car.

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