Patrick Waring and Nick Ballantyne have flown over to Melbourne for the Australian gaming event of the year: PAXAus 2014! There’s a lot of coverage and interviews which will be going up in the days following the con; however, our editors wanted to give you […]

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From the very second I walked under the awnings of the Perth Town Hall, I was coloured sufficiently hype to make a rainbow look dull. I hadn’t even entered the hall proper and I could see COGZ being played with oversized puzzle pieces. A quick […]

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The last Friday in September was a big night! Sure, a couple probably tied the knot somewhere, and an amateur astronomer may have discovered a brand new meteor of armageddon proportions. However, it’s safe to admit that all you really want to know about was […]

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Thanks to the fantastic team over at FTI, Perth was lucky enough to have Travis Plane, a Director at Surprise Attack Consulting, fly over to run a masterclass and workshop with a group of our up-and-coming local developers. The Perth development scene is continuing to […]

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Recently, I attended “A Lady’s Guide To Kicking Ass” – A talk by Dr. Kate Raynes-Goldie which was organised and hosted by Microsoft [...]

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Spending most of the month getting excited for Play Up’s next event is quickly becoming a habit, and today we finally got our fix with number four! After our table top adventures last month we were back to the PCs to try out two very […]

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Play Up Perth: After Dark #1 was an awesome way to spend a Friday night. A sold out event that took place cozied up in the WA state library gave three Perth tabletop developers the chance to test out their latest games. This month, Atmosphere […]

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Kate Raynes-Goldie of Atmosphere Industries created Play Up Perth in 2013 with the aim of supporting new experimental games in WA [...]

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At the start of the month, I was bestowed with tickets to see WASO perform a new composition by Tod Machover based on Perth (which was just as weird as it sounds). Before the inaugural performance blew the roof off, the orchestra delighted listeners with […]

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