Australia is on the frontier of a multi-billion dollar internationally recognised games industry, with the economic importance of interactive media games set to increase with the growth of popularity of mobile gaming.
Game makers are moving into the casual and mobile market
Games are starting to invade reality and are becoming the medium for everyday life. Soon, life will be based on a reward system controlled by corporations.
This month Australian game developers will go head-to-head in the annual 48 Hour Game Making Challenge in Brisbane. Despite the changing and somewhat uncertain landscape of the industry, the event sees a healthy turnout every year and is a great opportunity for participants to tests their skills under pressure. Among the teams registered are last [...]
The Brisbane gaming industry seems to be taking new directions since the emergence of the constantly growing IOS market. Professionals seem to have different views on the industry’s new challenges and opportunities.
Smart decisions are the way to survive in Brisbane’s gaming industry and few know this better than BiFrost Studio director Dani Chaney.
The games industry has long played second fiddle to larger entertainment industries like films and music, but it hasn’t looked back since drastically outpacing both of them in growth in 2007.
The proposed R18+ rating for videogames will see changes to the gaming industry.