Puzzle platformers aren’t something we see a lot of nowadays. They’re always few and far in between, but when they do come about, they’re usually quite inventive. That was the vibe I got from Project: Singularity, which is a co-op puzzle platformer developed by a […]

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This being my first time at the Perth Games Festival, I didn’t know what to expect aside from an array of student showcases full of potential. While this was the case for most of the exhibits I saw, the first game I dug in with […]

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While VR has arguably dropped from the limelight a little in recent months, experimentation and progression of the concept are still very much in full swing. Andy Hawkins, game design TAFE lecturer by day and indie developer by night (or something like that), has been […]

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The modern platformer is a difficult beast to wrangle one’s head around. We live in a post-Super Meat Boy world where platformers have to be hard as nails to satisfy all those damn speedrunners. On the other hand, Mario is still jumping away after 30+ […]

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It’s likely that you’re already aware of a Binary Space game. Released in 2009 and 2010 respectively, their games Zombie Outbreak Simulator and Class 3 Outbreak were both played over a million times each online. Based within Google Maps, both used the popular mapping service […]

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It can be challenging to convince people that the Perth games scene is as good as it is. It’s not a matter of quality but visibility, and it’s not easy to advertise local games when everyone’s eyes are locked on Steam and PUBG. One look […]

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A free, family-friendly event about playing locally-made computer games, tabletop games, mobile games and virtual reality experiences!

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