The National Cultural Foundation
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NCF LAUNCHES FOUR INNOVATIVE VIDEO GAMES
Four Barbadian Game Developers are the latest creatives to receive financial support from The National Cultural Foundation. Tabari Rudder-Fields, Michael Watkins, Shanny Singh and Kyrese Coy answered a call for developers to submit proposals wherein a game would be created based on the current pandemic, designed with the objective to kill the deadly virus. “We could not allow this community of creatives to be left under-served and as part of our commitment to supporting all corners of the Arts I was happy for us at the NCF to assist these Game Developers with bringing their dreams to fruition”, said NCF CEO Carol Roberts-Reifer who added: “The NCF must be known as a place creatives can come to see their dreams become reality.”
The games will soon be available free of cost to the general public.
Written by: Ashley Dyall
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