Just like it’s guaranteed the sun will set on any given day or that taxes will be a lifelong hobby of everyone you know, you can count on Playup Perth continually being a good time. Like clockwork, Perth peeps everywhere were treated to a fantastic […]

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Ascend the tower, awaken an ancient machine, and breathe life back into a dead world. Symphony of the Machine is a spatial puzzle game for Oculus, Vive and PlayStation VR. Using a variety of tools, manipulate a beam of light that is capable of triggering […]

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On April 5th Enter the mutated world of Krusz. Date a toaster while you’re there if you like. Coming to PC & Mac! (and Linux shortly after)    

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In late January, SAE hosted the 2017 Perth Global Game Jam. If you’re not familiar with what that is, then visualise a bunch of dedicated individuals cramming themselves into SAE’s state of the art facilities – and then creating an entire game in 48 hours. […]

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When life presents you with the silky smooth jam of opportunity, you must snatch it up and lather yourself in it. Yes, Global Game Jam snuck up on us to spread the fruit of game development across the globe once again. This year, I went […]

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Back when I was school, teaching methods were still reliant on old technologies. We used hot plates and weights, just to give you an idea of how thrilling my final year of physics was, but no one wanted to use games for teaching. Nowadays, Minecraft […]

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One convenient location where you can browse through all of the interviews we conducted during the 2016 Perth Games Festival!

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While it’s always very exciting to see our biggest local games come out to play with the public, something I’ve always personally enjoyed about the Perth Games Festival is the platform it provides to students who are looking for feedback and experience. Murdoch University is […]

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While VR isn’t exactly new, it’s fair to say with the launch of PlayStation VR this week that the medium just made its first big push into the mainstream. There’s a lot of buzz in the air right now, and all eyes are on creators […]

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While there were plenty of student games on show at PGF, seeing the work of local graduates is a rarity. Going into the festival, I had no idea that Blunder Down Under was the work of a few ex-Tafe students (Matt Halse and Kirsten Mathews), […]

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