Showing for the first time at this year’s PGF, Grae Saunders who juggles game development with full-time work. Grae’s first foray into the first-person survival genre, ‘Little Bit Lost’ follows the journey of a science experiment gone wrong, ‘where you wake to find your world […]

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Showing at PGF this year in the lead up to an early 2017 release, Jacob Janerka’s adventure game Paradigm has managed to attain a cult-like notoriety, attracting the attention of gaming celebrities such as PewDiePie and Edmund McMillen (of Super Meat Boy fame) both for […]

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Grow Up Review

With its thoughtful level design, Grow Up certainly does a good job of directing the player towards their goal without making it all feel like an on-rails type affair. With plenty of side challenges and ability buffs to make playful distraction a meaningful part of […]

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This month marked Playup Perth’s 3rd year anniversary and what better way to celebrate than at new venue, The Nostalgia box. Run by accountant turned retro video game console curator Jessie Yeoh, the venue hosts an impressive collection of consoles, some of which the staff […]

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Developers, gamers, musicians, a/v technicians, writers, and other generally intrigued folk were amongst those assembled for what was to be [...]

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While a smaller turnout than usual due to the Oz Comic-Con this past week, Playup #10 featured a number of digital games with unique control methods as well as formative Tabletop titles, including soon to be released co-operative game Rogue Blitz from RAEZ Studios. While […]

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Bringing together developers, local industry heads and representatives from local and state government, last week [...]

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  This month’s Playup session featured projects from the recent Global Game Jam, an annual event bringing together teams from around the world with the shared goal of creating a game in 48 hours. A common time limit is imposed in order to promote innovative […]

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Paradigm builds on the traditions of early 90s point-n-click adventure games with its own brand of quirky, idiosyncratic humour and [...]

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One Night Only draws broadly on the look of early pixel-based adventure titles, as well as a range of unique personal influences to bring the player an ambient adventure through a virtual Freo–inspired landscape. Initially based on the creation of a stand-up routine and performance, […]

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