What Your Registration Fee Covers
Registration Dates and Rates for 2019
4/4 - 5/15, Early Registration - Alumni receive $100 discount!
--- Single Occupancy $2395
--- Double Occupancy $2195 per person
5/16 - 7/31, Regular Registration
--- Single Occupancy $2595
--- Double Occupancy $2395 per person
8/1 - full, Late Registration
--- Single Occupancy $2795
If you would like Double Occupancy, FIND A ROOMMATE FIRST, THEN REGISTER
If you select Double Occupancy you will be required to provide your roommate's name when you register
Arrival and Departure
Please plan to fly into the San Antonio, TX, airport and arrive before 4:00 PM on Thursday and fly out anytime Sunday after 10:00 AM if you would like to utilize our free shuttle service.
Shuttles will run from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM on Thursday. If you choose to arrive after 4:00 PM on Thursday, you will want to rent a car or take a taxi, but be advised that a taxi will cost about $135+ each way. There is an optional town hall meeting Sunday morning from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM. Most attendees fly out Sunday between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Occasionally (but not frequently), due to PayPal's anti-fraud measures, there is a delay of up to 24 hours for a transaction to complete. This results in a delay in your receiving your registration confirmation email. Don't fret.
You will receive an email from PayPal confirming your payment. The subject line of the PayPal email will be "Your receipt for payment to Fat Labs, Inc." and the payment will show up in your credit card records as PAYPAL *BBQ PH.
Because of the nature of this event (only 50 attendees, all-inclusive) the registration fee is not refundable, but it is transferable. Attendee switches must be made prior to 10/24/19. Switches made after that date are subject to a $250 fee.
a) Have more than enough experience as a game designer, game design researcher, or as a games industry professional in a related field that they are highly likely to be a strong contributor at Horseshoe.
b) Play well with others. This is a highly social and collaborative group event. Attendees are expected to actively participate in workgroups and be supportive of others' participation.
c) Be physically and emotionally comfortable in a camp-like atmosphere with workgroups frequently meeting outdoors.