Butterscotch Shenanigans Game Devs Hosting Fan Convention at CET in September

Award-winning game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans brings Shenanicon back to CET in September.

Multiple Game of the Year winning game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans invites gamers from all over to participate in the return of the highly anticipated half-day fan convention, Shenanicon.

Fans of Butterscotchโ€™s games, Crashlands and Levelhead will get to enjoy a live podcast recording of the studioโ€™s acclaimed show Coffee with Butterscotch, see secret development projects never before made public, and get to play with other attendees in a gaming competition.

News of the conventionโ€™s return to St. Louis comes alongside the exciting announcement that the studioโ€™s current game-in-development, โ€œLevelhead,โ€ has been selected for a showcase by Microsoftโ€™s Xbox, and will be launching on the console in 2020.

โ€œWeโ€™re super pumped for our 2nd Shenaniconโ€ said Sam Coster, co-founder of Butterscotch Shenanigans. โ€œThe event is one of the major things we look forward to because we get to meet our fans face-to-face and just hang out. Itโ€™s rare that you get that sort of connection with your players as a game developer, and it always gets us charged up for making more amazing games.โ€

The team at Butterscotch Shenanigans invites gamers from all over to participate in the return of the highly anticipated half-day fan convention, Shenanicon.

Shenanicon tickets are on sale now at meet.bscotch.net for $25 – the event officially runs from 1p-5p on September 28th and is family friendly.

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