PRESENTED BY BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL GAME DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BRISBANE POWERHOUSE
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Saturday August 12
Brisbane and South East Queensland has a long and honourable history in the world of game-making.
Some of the world’s most played games have come out of our city and the local game-making industry is vibrant with a large number of passionate creative studios making interactive entertainment.
The Brisbane International Game Developers Association is proud to present a one-day event celebrating our local game-making sector. Come and play some of our games, join a hands-on workshop, and hear from the folks who make these great works as they discuss the past and future of the interactive industry.
Join us for two panel discussions featuring local game making industry luminaries, hosted by Brisbane’s own Zed Games.
Histories of Game Design in Queensland
A panel featuring game makers who are part of Brisbane’s game making history.
Queensland’s Playful Futures
A panel featuring local game industry folks discussing their passionate visions for the future.
Playable Paper Prototyping
This workshop will see you create a card, paper or cardboard prototype of a game to play with your buddies. We’ll take you from idea, to prototyping, to testing a game for 2-3 players. The design challenge is to make a short game (5-20mins) you can have fun playing with 2-3 mates. Come along by yourself, or with friends, and with an idea or no idea! Workshop length is 3hrs, and is suitable for adults and children over 12 years.
This workshop features pens, paper and some shouting – no screens or actual robots required. Facilitated by Disparity Games, developers of Ninja Pizza Girl. Suitable for all ages.
To register for the panel discussions or workshops, click here.
GO423 is proudly supported by Screen Queensland and the Queensland Government.