Gamescape is newly located in the old Single Carrot Theatre, but will continue to showcase a diverse array of video game innovation from local and international developers. Festival-goers are encouraged to browse and interact with the games, many of which pay homage to influential titles. If you catch this installation Friday or Saturday evening, it will stay open during After Hours and feature live performances from video game music cover bands. "I put together Gamescape so that people would be inspired," said Ben Walsh, CEO and president of the Baltimore-based development company Pure Bang Games. "I wanted to let the attendees of Artscape know that games are being made right here." Friday-Sunday, 1727 N. Charles St.