• AFA 2009 Outing

    Hi Everyone,

    AFA09 will be held on Saturday and Sunday (21st - 22nd of Nov) and we will be having an outing to this event on Saturday, 21st November.

    We will be meeting at 10am in the morning, at Suntec Convention Hall's area where the bridge connects Suntec to Marina Square. If you are interested in joining us for this event, let us know by dropping us an email at amccsg@gmail.com.

    Here are our hp numbers for contact purposes: Albert - 98779669, Hui Ching - 97456363, Bryan - 91772694.

    For more information on AFA09, go to http://www.afa09.com/index.html.

    P.S. Some of the exco members will be going there earlier around 9 plus in the morning to have breakfast at Mcdonald's. Members are welcome to join us!! ^_^

    Hui Ching


  • Winning Eleven 2010 Tournament

    This is for all Winning Eleven fans!

    There will be a Winning Eleven 2010 Tournament on Sunday, 22nd November 2009.

    Full details are at:
    Winning Eleven Singapore Website : http://winningeleven.sg/
    Winning Eleven Singapore Forum : http://winningeleven.sg/forum/showthread.php?t=24

    Thank you, Cheong Woon for telling us about this competition!

    Hui Ching


  • Silent Hill - A Video Game Movie Screening

    Hi All,

    We will be having a video game movie screening of Silent Hill next Wednesday, 14 October 2009, at SIM Management House (Namly Ave).

    Venue: Study Room 1.01, SIM Management House (Namley Ave)

    Date: Wednesday, 14 October 2009

    Time: 12pm - 2pm, 4pm - 6pm

    If you are free and have not watched this movie before, drop by on Wednesday and watch the movie with us.

    You can get there by taking bus 74, 151, 154 at the bus stop outside school.

    Here is a map of the place. You can also check for bus stop info here - http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_travel/travel/travel_id_8173/travel_site_28621/


  • Student Week Photo

    Student Week photos are out on Facebook!

    Not all are uploaded yet...But here are some to whet your appetite first :)

    I'll upload the rest by tomorrow...so stay tuned~

    Hui Ching

    P.S. I've ran into some problems while uploading the photos on Facebook and now, there are duplicates. I'll remove them and get all photos uploaded nicely tomorrow.


  • Student Week Activities

    Hi Everyone,

    Next week is Student week and so there will not be any official meeting.

    Feel free to drop by our AMCC booth (near the lifts!) and please join us in our activities and come support our club!

    Student week activities are open to members and non-members, so bring your friends along to have fun. =)

    Here is AMCC's activity line up for student week:

    Tuesday 22 September
    Videogame Competition - Link's Crossbow Training
    Venue: Rm 1.06
    Time: 1pm-4pm
    Prizes: Top 3 winners get CaptiaLand Vouchers! 1st Prize - $50, 2nd Prize - $30, 3rd Prize - $20.

    Wednesday 23 September
    Videogame Competition - Geometry Wars 2
    Venue: LT 3.21
    Time: 1pm-4pm
    Prizes: Top 3 winners get CaptiaLand Vouchers! 1st Prize - $50, 2nd Prize - $30, 3rd Prize - $20.

    Thursday 24 September
    Cosplay Stage Parade Day 1
    Venue: Atrium
    Time: 1.20pm-1.30pm
    Cosplay characters from Star Wars, Tsubasa Chronicle, Bleach, Xxxholic

    Friday 25 September
    AMCC Student Week Open House
    Venue: LT 4.06
    Time & Activities: Whole day, Guitar Hero World Tour! Street Fighter II Animated Movie from 1pm-2.30pm.

    Cosplay Stage Parade Day 2
    Venue: Atrium
    Time: 2pm-2.10pm
    Venue: Atrium
    Cosplay characters from Star Wars, Samurai Champloo, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden

    Note: We also have a new Anime review up on our Member Content Blog. Check it out here!


  • Games Convention Asia 2009

    Hi Everyone,

    Just to let you all know, the Games Convention Asia will be held at Suntec Convention Centre, from September 17-20 2009.

    The club will not be organizing an outing for this event, but you can go on down and take a look if you are free. There is a cosplay competition on Sunday, 20 September.

    More details at this website: http://www.gc-asia.sg/



  • Vote for Change!

    Hi Everyone,

    Due to feedback that many are unable to make it for meetings on Friday due to classes we have decided to take a vote to decide another day for meetings apart other than friday.

    Email us at amccsg@gmail.com the following:

    1) the Day you want to have AMCC meeting

    2) the Time and duration of the meeting

    Deadline for voting is Sunday, 6 September 2009. Results will be out on Monday, 7 September 2009.

    Hui Ching


  • Outing to Pan-In-The-Box

    Hi Everyone,
    Albert and I went down to Pan-In-The-Box last week and got some costumes! Albert will be cosplaying as a random Sith lord from KOTOR and I will be cosplaying Rukia from Bleach (I need to dye my hair black though...).

    Thus, we will be going to Pan-In-The-Box this Friday, 28 August, as a club outing.

    We will meet at Chinatown Point, 3pm. If you do not know how to get there, we are meeting earlier at Funan the IT Mall, 2.30pm.

    Email us at amccsg@gmail.com if you are coming down.

    Contacts: Albert, 98779667 and Hui Ching, 97456363 (Call us when you are there!)

    Hui Ching


  • Student Week's Cosplay Casting Call + Booth Manpower Recruitment

    Seri as Yuuko, Solo Female Division Winner, EOY2008
    (You will see her in Student Week!)

    Hi Everyone,

    Our club will be holding game competitions on 22 & 23 Sept, and also on the 24 & 25 sept we will be having a cosplay parade for Student Week (22-25 Sept).

    And so, we are doing a Cosplay Casting Call as well as a Booth Manpower Recruitment.

    Cosplay Casting Call
    AMCC would like to invite members to join us in the cosplay parade for Student Week (24 & 25 Sept) and this invitation is open to all, with or without experience in cosplaying. You can get a costume that is red, the color theme allocated to all arts and cultural clubs OR any other color. There is no color restriction for cosplay costumes. You can cosplay a character in game, anime, movie, manga and also subculture dressing.

    In fact, the Exco are thinking about cosplaying as characters from Star Wars (you can also join us as Star Wars characters, just let us know)! Our club is also in the midst of negotiating with the school for the payment of costume rental, so it will not be that financially taxing on our club members. So if you want to join us in the cosplay parade please drop us an email at amccsg@gmail.com by the end of this month, on 31 August, what costume and character you are cosplaying.

    Booth Manpower Recruitment
    The club would like some members to help man the AMCC booth during student week, from 22 - 25 sept, especially on the 24 & 25 sept (from 12-2pm). You need not help out on all days, just whenever you can. If you are interested, drop us an email at amccsg@gmail.com by the end of this month, on 31 August, and let us know which days and timing that you can be at the booth.

    If you need more information or details such as questions on cosplay, costumes, etc., you can contact us via email or call Albert at 98779669 / Hui Ching at 97456363.

    Hui Ching ^_^


  • Singapore Toy, Games and Comic Convention

    Hi Everyone,

    This Friday, 14 August, we'll be having an outing to the Singapore Toy, Games and Comic Convention instead of meeting at school.

    The time to meet is at 11am, and the place to meet is at the Suntec Convention Hall's area where the bridge connects Suntec to Marina Square. If you are interested in joining us for this event, let us know by dropping us an email at amccsg@gmail.com or send an sms to Albert at 98779669.

    For those who are unable to make it on Friday, fret not. The convention starts on Friday and lasts til Sunday, 16th August. For more information on the convention, click on the picture ^_^

    Hui Ching


  • New VideoGame Review up.

    We have a new Videogame review up on our Members Content Blog! This one is for the Massively Multiplayer Online Real Time Strategy Collectable Card Game (MMORTSCCG), BattleForge.

    Head over to the Members Content Blog to read it HERE! As always, feel free to leave thoughts, praise and comments at the bottom of the page.

    ~ Brandon


  • AMCC Open Day

    AMCC is having an Open Day this week and all are welcome, members and non-members!

    Event: AMCC Open Day
    Time: 3pm -7pm
    Date: Friday, 24th July 2009
    Venue: LT 4.13

    We'll kick off the session with an Animated Movie Screening, followed by a games demonstration of Guitar Hero World Tour, Soul Calibur and other games.

    So come on down to relax, unwind and have some fun =)


  • Outings Report

    Well, this post is waaay overdue...but better late than never!

    Here's my take on our previous 2 outings.

    First up, the Games Xpo '09. I'm sad to say that it was rather lackluster. There wasn't that much to see (small event). However, there were some stuff which was interesting...like the launch of two new beat'em up games, Blaze Blue and KOF XII (drools). Other than that, nothing else caught our eyes, except for the good bargins! We picked up some stuff which were really cheap, like games, HDMI cable, etc. We got good buys! Happy :)

    The following week, we attended the second day of Cosfest VIII at Downtown East. I guess we should have gone down on the first day where there were more people. But nevertheless, we still achieved the great feat of getting good buys (again!). There were a lot of stuff for sale at the booths. Cosplay-wise, we saw the return of the awesome GUNDAM!

    There were also other interesting cosplayers like the people with pitchforks and the guy with the TV head (my apologies for not knowing their characters)...but mostly, we were there to support our cosplayers, Yanshuang and Seri. Check out my photos of them here if you haven't done so.

    Hui Ching


  • Cosfest VIII

    Hi All!

    This Sunday, 12 July 2009 there's an unoffical outing to Cosfest VIII at Downtown East. We will be gathering at 12.45pm at Pasir Ris MRT station.
    As usual, please also note down two very important phone numbers for contact in case anyone gets separated/lost:
    Albert - 98779669
    Bryan - 91772694

    If you are interested in joining us for this event, let us know by dropping us an email at amccsg@gmail.com or send an sms to Albert.

    Hui Ching


  • Let's go to the Games Xpo 2009

    Greetings Members!

    This Saturday, 4 July 2009, AMCC will be going on a field trip to the Games Xpo! The event starts from 10am - 10pm at Suntec.

    However, we will be meeting at 1pm, outside the Starbucks near the convention hall area , before proceeding to the event.

    And since it would be rather crowded during the event, please also note down two very important phone numbers for contact in case anyone gets separated/lost:

    Albert - 98779669
    Bryan - 91772694

    Do drop us an email at amccsg@gmail.com or send an sms to Albert if you are interested in going. Alternatively, if you have gotten a Facebook invite for this event, just accept or decline it =)

    Hui Ching


  • Submitting Stuff to the Members Content Blog

    In the interest of keeping the Members Content Blog only about Member submitted content, I am posting this announcement on the main blog.

    If you intend to submit a review piece, please provide whatever pictures or videos you want to be placed in the review. Do not worry about decorating the review, We will touch up the text sizes and colors to make it more visually appealing.

    Just to tell you guys, I don't really check the club email very often, so If you submit anything to the email, please leave a message in the Shout box on the main blog to notify us so we can get your material up ASAP.

    We have our first Anime review up on our Members Content Blog! The Anime in question is Afro Samurai and it was sent in by AMCC VP, Bryan. Go check it out and leave some comments.

    ~ Brandon


  • One Head of Hydra Changes it's Name... Videogames Blog Renamed.

    It has come to my attention that members would like to submit material other than stuff related to videogames... I know, right. Unthinkable!

    Anyway, despite of my perplexity, we have decided to re-christen the AMCC Videogames Blog the AMCC Members Content Blog. All the relevant links have already been changed. That's right. No time for you guys to say goodbye or take pictures. *Sniff* I miss the old name already :(

    The AMCC Members Content blog will be accepting submissions of ANY member submitted content (as long as it's your own work of course). This includes Drawings, Sketches, Anime reviews and whatever your twisted, insidious minds and hearts desire.

    The old system, submitting your work to our club email for editing and posting, is still in place, so all submissions should be sent there. Fear not, for full credit shall be given to the person that sent in the work. The important thing is allowing your works to be seen and acknowledged by a wider audience.

    One more thing, NO HENTAI! You know who you are.

    ~ Brandon

    P.S. To celebrate this Re-naming, there is a new review up on our Members Content Blog. Ironically enough, it's a videogame review. By me. Head there NOW. Be warned, It is text and picture heavy. I recommend bringing a Snack.


  • Asiasoft Gamefest 2009.

    Hey guys. Event update. <: Asiasoft Gamefest returns this year from 22 to 24 May and will be held at Suntec City Convention Hall 603. Event hours will be from 11am - 9pm for all 3 days.
    There's no ticket price stated on the website, so I'll assume entrance is free.

    The focus of the event will be on MMORPG games inclusive of Maplesea, Audition, RappelzOnline, etc. Mostly games that are more popular with the younger crowd. There will be quite a number of game competitions if any of you are interested in checking them out, give the link a click. http://www.playpark.net/asgf09

    But I would like to draw your attention to the cosplay competition which will be held on 23 May, Saturday at from 7pm to 9pm. It is likely to be smaller in scale and an on-stage event, but for those of you who are new to the scene or would like to have a look at and get to know about the cosplay culture in singapore, you are highly encouraged to come down and have a look around.

    I will probably be heading down to the event on the late afternoon to evening of Saturday, so if anyone is interested in joining me, just send an email to amccsg@gmail.com and let me know and I will arrange for a group meet up. <:



  • AMCC Recruitment Drive Report

    In this update I'll be covering our recent recruitment drive as well as our orientation meeting for the new members. The recruitment drive took place over 3 days , so I'll be breaking it down in a day-by-day format.

    Day 1- Recruitment Drive part 1
    To be honest, I had quite high expectations for our recruitment drive. We (the exco) had spent a lot of effort getting everything ready for the day's events. The room was set up for the competition and we set up our booth outside the canteen, all prepared for the day. Much to our dismay (especially mine), we did not get anybody visitors to our game competition room at all that day. Our booth fared slightly better, but not by much. It appeared that we had picked a bad time to hold a recruitment drive. Many students were in the midst of exam preparations and as a result were not go over to participate in our competition even though they expressed some interest in doing so. At the end of the day, we only had 2 people sign up.

    Day 2- Recruitment Drive part 2
    Our original plan for the booth was to get the interested parties (people who approached the booth) to head over to the lecture theater for our games competition. However, upon reflecting on the previous day's lackluster turn out, we decided to change our marketing tactics a little. We decided to place heavier emphasis on promoting our competition, rather than the club itself, as logic goes that if people enjoyed the competition, they'd be more interested in the club and what is does.

    I am pleased to report that this change in strategy did bear fruit, and we were able to attract several people to participate in our competition for the day (Link's Crossbow Training).

    The Winners for the day were:
    • 1st Prize Huang Kaijin Score of 67998
    • 2nd Prize Hiew Keat Tin Score of 62508
    • 3rd Prize Joel Lim Score of 55178

    Day 3- Orientation Meeting
    This was absolutely the highlight of our recruitment drive. Why? Firstly, we had a presentation on Seiyuu (voice actors/actresses) by club member Chun Huat. Also, Kenneth brought down Guitar Hero World Tour, Instruments and all, down to the meeting. The game was a big hit, and most of the members had a go at each of the instruments. We closed the meeting with some episodes from DMC (Detroit Metal City), another big hit among the members (if you don't know what DMC is, you should come for our meetings). Pictures of the meeting should be popping up on our Facebook page soon.

    Closing thoughts:
    All in all, this recruitment drive was a good learning experience for us. We will now be better prepared for our next recruitment drive happening somewhere in the near future. Stay tuned to this blog to find out when.

    To everyone reading this, please feel free to leave us comments in this post or leave us a message in our shoutbox located to the right of this post.

    ~ Brandon


  • AMCC's 3 Headed Hydra Born. VideoGames Sub-Blog Created.

    Behold! AMCC now has a Sub-blog dedicated to Videogame reviews and other user created content related to the Videogames department. Together with our Main Blog and Facebook page, AMCC now has it's very own 3 HeadedHydra (as pictured above)! Men ran, Women cried.

    The reason for us having a separate blog for videogames is that this main blog is meant for announcements and information pertaining to the club and up-coming events. Some members have expressed interest in writing reviews for certain games they played. Well, wish granted! This blog is for you guys! So go grab your virtual pen and head over to the AMCC VideoGames Blog.

    ~ Brandon


  • Facebook Group for AMCC Created.

    If you haven't guessed from the title, AMCC now has a facebook group! Blog readers, please join our facebook group. We'll update the group when new posts are made to our blog. We'll also be uploading some photos from our events and be making announcements there.

    The link to the group can be found HERE.

    ~ Brandon


  • VideoGame Competition: Link's Crossbow Training

    Game: Link’s Crossbow Training (Wii)
    Date: 14th May 2009
    Venue: Lt 3.11
    Competition Timing: 11am – 4pm
    Cost: Free
    Highest Overall score – 3 Megabites food coupons
    Highest Score on a Target shoot map – 1 Megabites food coupon
    Highest Score on a Defender map – 1 Megabites food coupon
    Highest Score on a Ranger map – 1 Megabites food coupon

    1) Players go through 6 fixed stages, 2 from each game type, chosen by the organizers (us).
    2) Players may opt to either use the Wii Zapper peripheral or the Wii-mote and nunchuk alone.
    3) Competitors may switch back and forth between the two control schemes at anytime between stages.
    4) Players may adjust the sensitivity of the aiming reticule at anytime between stages.
    5) The competition ends at 4pm and the winners will be notified by SMS.

    About the game:
    Set in the world of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, players assume the role of Link, the game’s protagonist. In order to perfect his crossbow skills, Link must pass a series of shooting tests against bullseye targets and a variety of enemies from the game. Hitting multiple targets without any misses results in a score multiplier effect.

    There are 3 main game-play modes in Link’s Crossbow Training. These modes are:

    Target shooting – Hitting either stationary or moving bullseye targets in several themed levels from the game. These levels are “on rails”, meaning that the screen will move gradually while targets pop up around the level.
    Defender – Players remain stationary, but are able to rotate their view 360°. Enemies attack from all directions, and will cause the player to lose points if they get close enough to attack you.
    Ranger – The player gains complete control over their characters movement and view. These levels typically task the player with killing a certain amount of enemies within a set time limit.

    ~ Brandon


  • VideoGame Competition: Geometry Wars 2

    Game: Geometry Wars 2 (Xbox 360)
    Date: 13th May 2009
    Venue: Lt 3.16
    Competition Timing: 11am – 4pm
    Cost: Free
    1st place – 3 Megabites food coupons
    2nd place – 2 Megabites food coupons
    3rd place – 1 Megabites food coupon

    1) The game type will be “Deadline”, in which the player has 3 minutes to score as many points as possible.
    2) Each player is given 2 tries and the highest score of the 2 attempts is recorded
    3) Players have to wait for an hour if they would like to retry the game to attempt to get a higher score than previously.
    4) For subsequent attempts, the new score will replace the old one
    5) The Competition ends at 4pm, the highest scoring players will be notified by SMS.

    About The Game:
    The player controls a small, highly maneuverable ship that can move and fire independently in any direction. The objective of the game is to score points by destroying a variety of shapes and surviving by not touching them. If player's ship is destroyed, a life is lost.
    In the “Deadline” game mode, the player has unlimited lives, and has 3 minutes to score as many points as possible. The game ends once the time is up.

    ~ Brandon


  • Event Kakis Wanted... Video Games Live

    Time: 8 PM
    Date: 19th June 2009
    Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
    Ticket prices: CAT 1 ($103.50), CAT 2 ($76.50), CAT 3 ($63) and CAT 4 ($49.50)

    Synopsis lifted from SISTIC website:
    Video Games Live (VGL) is the biggest and most sensational game concert featuring music from the most popular video games of all time. Performed to countless sold-out audiences in United States, Europe and North Asia, VGL is making its first Southeast Asian appearance in Singapore!

    VGL integrates cutting-edge visuals and state-of-the-art technology with music arrangements and unique interactive segments, offering audiences an explosive one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.

    Produced and performed live by world famous video game composers Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, with our very own remarkable NUS Symphony Orchestra & Choir, VGL features music from the most popular video games - Pong, Mario, Sonic, Halo, Warcraft, Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy and more.

    Gamers & music lovers unite! Do not miss this opportunity to watch Video Games Live’s debut performance in Singapore!

    Anyone interested? I'm personally thinking of booking the CAT 2 ($77) tickets. For those interested in booking other categories (prices) of tickets, what we can do is have everyone who wants to attend post in the comments with their email and ticket category (CAT1, CAT 2...) we will then group up the people according to their seating and make the booking. We can meet up on the day of the event and head over together, you will be sitting with people in the same CAT as you are, so there is no pressure to choose expensive tickets just because more people are picking the $104 tickets.

    If you do not feel comfortable posting your email here in the comments section, you could also email us at amccsg@gmail.com

    Please RSVP by the 17th of May (Sunday).

    ~ Brandon


  • L4D Competition Report

    Bryan here on the L4d Competition that was held recently. First off, as “Team Captain” for ‘Arrgh! Me CupCakes’ (AMCC), I would like to thank my teammates, Albert (President), Hui Ching (Secretary) and Jonathan (Member) for participating with me in the event. Also, a big thank you to Brandon (Video Game Head), his friends, and Kenneth (Member) for the help they gave us in training for the tourney in such a short time frame. Just to let you know how small the timeframe was, most of the team got the game about a week before the competition so again thanks for the training.

    On to the competition itself. When we arrived, the judges informed us of a change in the format. No longer was it simple elimination. It would now be a league sort of game where they totaled each team’s win/loss ratio in Versus mode, where teams alternated between Survivors and Infected to see who could beat the other team. To make matters worse, they announced that the top four Singapore teams would be competing with us that day instead of the finals. Despite these changes, our team was determined to do its best though we knew it would be tough for an amateur team like ourselves to go against pros.

    First up, we were placed against another casual team which called themselves [the same]. After a few minutes of banter, the match began in earnest. The first 2 maps of the campaign were a struggle as the other team’s Hunter teamwork was well synchronized and our team lost those. On the 3rd map however, we got the better of them as our adrenaline began to kick in.

    Unfortunately, the AI director was miffed at our team in the 4th map and we were cheated of our Tank when it was spawned before the Survivors activated the lift so we were not able to reach them. Despite that, we fought on and in the final map, our teamwork managed to work around holes in their defenses and we took them down swiftly (despite Albert talking to the judges about the problem with our tank). On our turn, our teamwork proved too much to handle and we turned our luck around and emerged victorious. Best of all, we managed to get the other team to scream our names in anger. Unfortunately, we learnt that a player on the other team was having some problems with his team and had sometimes created problems. This combined with their eventual loss resulted in the team storming off from the competition, never to return.

    The next two matches were fought against the 3rd and 2nd place winners of the previous competition, [HBK] and [Vertex II]. Needless to say, we had our asses handed to us on a platter by both teams. [HBK] however were very gracious in their victory and even told our team that we put up quite a fight over the other teams. [Vertex II] however, were not as sporting and played around with our team while taunting us as well as insulting our team before the match began. And thus, we were kicked out of the competition.

    We also learned later that overall, our team provided the biggest challenge to the 2 pro teams as our matches lasted well into 1 ½ hours compared to the others they fought with our scores in the upper hundreds compared to the double digits of the other losing teams. Overall though, I guess our team managed to learn many tactics and much info that may prove useful in the future and for that I also thank all the teams we faced. Hopefully, we will do much better in the next competition and I hope to see more supporters.

    Bryan, VP AMCC


  • Revival! We're Back Baby!

    This is the first update to out blog in 3 months. I know we haven't been treating the old gal properly, but from now on we're going to give it the attention that a blog like her deserves.

    First off the club is alive and well, and has been in operation since the 27th of February. We've been quite busy too. We participated in the SIM open house held on the 13th and 14th of March, where AMCC was enlisted to help promote the day's events. By promote I mean we had Cosplay girls while some of us held up hand-written signs advertising the various talks. We also had a Wii set up in the changing room for those involved in the event to chillax while waiting for the next round of promotional walking-about. Overall, a good time was had by all.

    We also sent in a team to the Zombie Mania Left 4 Dead competition held recently on the 25th of April. No, we didn't win in the end, but the team did very well and even gave one of the top teams in Singapore a good run for their money. I shan't (or rather can't) talk too much about the competition, because I wasn't there. So I'll leave it up to someone that was to fill in the rest of the sordid details.

    The next event on the horizon will be a recruitment drive. We expect it to be a grand event, and will be booking a booth outside the canteen and a Lecture theater to hold a videogame competition. More details to follow. Watch this Space.

    ~ Brandon


  • 31st January Cosplay Competition at Singapore Discovery Center

    To all AMCC members,

    Here's an invitation to the latest Cosplay event, Cosplay Challenge 2009
    31st Jan 2009

    Time: 10.00am - 6.00pm
    Venue: Singapore Discovery Centre

    Date: 31st January 2009
    Time: 10.00am – 8.00pm
    Venue: Spore Discovery Centre
    Ticketing: $10 per person/ $8 per person if you come in a group of 4
    Ticket available at Comics Connection outlets and at S’pore Discovery Centre
    Chua Chu Kang Lot 1 Shopping Centre, West Mall, Jurong Point, Causeway Point, Plaza Singapure, Century Square, Compass Point, Parkway Parade Shopping Centre, Sembawang Shopping Centre, Tiong Bahru Plaza
    Event Special: Specially chartered Cosplay Challenge Buses waiting to bring you to the Spore Discovery Centre at Boon Lay MRT
    Website: www.cosplaychallenge.com

    Cosplay Challenge Event Highlights

    Cosplay Challenge 09 Competition
    Goldy MasterClass and Gun Modification Workshops
    World Cosplay Summit Screening
    Doujinshi/Cosplay/Anime booths (lots and lots of them!)Anime Musical Live (Anime Symphonic band playing Overture to Kingdom Hearts, Inuyasha, Princess Mononoke, Final Fantasy Xtravaganza (big compilation of Final Fantasy Songs)
    Ponyo! Theme and.....SURPRISE Songs!)

    All club members joining this event can send me an SMS with your name and what time your going down for the event. I'd see if we can all get the $8 dollar ticket by doing pairings of 4.

    Yours Sincerely,
    Albert Zhen, President of Alternative Modern Culture Club


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