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General Show Information / California Extreme 2018!
« Last post by Jeff Kinder on December 02, 2017, 03:33:51 pm »
California Extreme is pleased to announce July 28-29, 2018 as our tentative dates for CAX 2018.

These dates are unfortunately the same weekend as ReplayFX. For this year, the conflict is unavoidable.

There are a lot of constraints on us for available dates. July works best for our participants, and historically worked well as we have always sought to avoid conflict with other events. We truly regret this inconvenience.

Mark your calendars and we hope you can join us on July 28-29, 2018.

We will announce later when dates are finalized and when the hotel will be accepting reservations.
General Arcade / Re: What if we set a new record on a game?
« Last post by Akekachai on October 30, 2017, 10:42:10 pm »
Where can I find a map?
General Show Information / Re: 2016 Speaker Schedule - UPDATE!
« Last post by Akekachai on October 30, 2017, 10:39:32 pm »
I'm waiting for this update. Very long time ago.
General Arcade / Re: Video from CAX 2007
« Last post by Shomwhang on October 04, 2017, 01:39:39 am »
Video from CAX 2007 is a very good video. I'm looking forward to it.
Can you still "pre-register" if you arrive at event early and get in an hour early, but pay the day of/door price?
General Show Information / Re: 2017 Speaker Schedule - UPDATE!!
« Last post by Ken Chaney on July 27, 2017, 12:57:00 pm »
A little more on this session:

Introducing Throwmotion
Aditya Dayal

Cricket is one of the world's most popular sports with approximately 2 Billion fans world-wide. Like baseball, the most enjoyable aspects of cricket involve balls being bowled (pitched) at speeds in excess of 90 mph towards a batsman (batter) and hit by the batsman into the air or along the ground. Until now, all table-top games of Cricket (and baseball) have been largely 2-dimensional having little or no correlation to the physics of the real sport. ThrowMotion is a Sunnyvale, California-based company producing ‘next-generation’ table games. The company’s flagship product is the world’s first web-connected, live-action cricket table game with ball dynamics that closely resemble the physics of the real sport. In the game, a multi-axis batsman faces off against a bowler who can bowl at scaled speeds of up to 100 mph. ThrowMotion's cricket games are placed at companies like Google, Cisco, Facebook, Microsoft and others and have collectively clocked over 2 million runs. Aditya Dayal, the founder of ThrowMotion, will describe the game and present a brief history of ThrowMotion.
General Show Information / Re: 2017 At show registration booth
« Last post by Razzberii on July 27, 2017, 08:08:31 am »
How much will tickets be at the door for those who were not able to pre-register? I'd like to know how much cash to bring to cover tickets. Also, I read somewhere that backpacks were not allowed? Is this true? Thanks.
General Show Information / Re: 2017 Tournaments
« Last post by sellsellsell2000 on July 25, 2017, 03:13:59 pm »
I hope sometime in the near future there will be a Street Fighter 3rd Strike Tournament  8)
General Show Information / CAX 2017 Rockage Band Schedule
« Last post by Jeff Kinder on July 25, 2017, 12:10:11 pm »
Hi Everyone,!

Rockage is back this year!!  Here is the schedule (subject to change):

11am - 6pm Rock Band free play

7pm Jean Baudin

8pm The Koopas

9pm Super Soul Bros

11pm Super MadNES
11am - 6pm Rock Band free play
General Show Information / Re: Conflicting times for pre-registration entry
« Last post by AM on July 23, 2017, 09:39:06 am »
Sorry for the incorrect information.  The correct time is 10:00 AM. 

Thank you and see you at the show!


Additionally, is pre-registration early entry available for both days, or just Saturday?

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