Exhibiting your work during NGF is an amazing way to get your work and / or brand recognised, to get feedback and a range of game testers, and to create contacts and build a network.
The Festival provides excellent exposure to vast audiences, industry professionals, and like-minded designers and developers who you may end up working with in the future.
This year we will also be showcasing designers’ work: From 2D and 3D hand drawn and digital character designs and environments, to art for discs, cartridges, menus and box art. Whether a professional, a student or a hobbyist, please get in touch if you would like to exhibit your creations.
We accept projects at all stages – from a cool prototype to a finished product.
You can show your work for the whole festival, or just for a day - we are flexible!
You can also submit more than one game/project. If you do, please fill out a separate application form for each one.
Norwich Games Festival is an ideal place to test games and get feedback. It’s free to showcase, and we have welcomed over 58,000 people each year. We want to showcase amazing Indie games and inspire the next generation of developers.
Family friendly content – we can only accept titles that are suitable to display for all ages.
Commitment – Only apply for days you know you are available, so everyone has a chance to show their project. If you cancel after 22 April 2024, or fail to show up on the day, a £50 cancellation charge will apply.
Title and images – A title, logo and image(s) of your game/work are essential to help us promote it.
Equipment – Screens are available to borrow but you must bring your own equipment to display the game / your work. The Forum will provide tables, display boards and power sockets, but you will be responsible for hardware and visual materials.
You must be over 18 years old - or 16 years old and accompanied by an adult during the Festival.
Due to the number of enquiries received, we respectfully request that you read and consider the above carefully – exhibition space for the showcase is highly sought after, and we want to ensure everyone has a chance to display their work, and we don’t end up with empty space because of withdrawals.