Relaxing games to help curb your doomscrolling habit
Here are some gentle, meditative mobile games to help you survive the newscycle.
News in Brief: Cameras roll on Total Control 2 while US version gets piloted
SBS cooks up its biggest commission, Megan Riakos leaves WIFT to get creative, and Australian films selected for Hot Docs.…
IGEA's message to NSW: stop excluding game developers
'Not one dollar of any NSW Government screen funding supports video game development.'
BAFTA Fellowship awarded to woman in games for the first time
Australian Siobhan Reddy, Creative Director at Media Molecule, is only the tenth game developer, and the first woman in games,…
New PlayStation VR controllers mark renewed commitment to virtual reality
Sony revealed their new contemporary controllers designed to interface with the upcoming VR headset for PlayStation 5.
Critically acclaimed videogame Disco Elysium refused classification in Australia
The lauded role-playing game, often praised for its genre-defying ideas, has had its upcoming re-release blocked by the Australian Classification…
Tasmania Game Makers vie for national recognition
After Tasmanian game developers stayed silent on IGEA's national industry survey, an advocacy group is hoping to fill the gaps.
Politicians warn against ignoring videogame sector
MP Tim Watts' motion to recognise the social and economic contributions of videogames didn't shy away from the industry's flaws.…
Screen Tasmania supports a new videogame in latest funding round
Five projects have gained a share of $60,000 funding through Screen Tasmania as part of the state’s Cultural and Creative…
The 'gay button' in gaming: why LGBTQ+ representation in videogames shouldn't be hidden
Representation in gaming is getting better, games are no longer relying on stereotypical representations and LGBTQ+ characters are gaining a…