Play It Again’s “Popular Memory Archive” was officially launched at the 9th Australasian Interactive Entertainment conference, at RMIT on 30th September. An online exhibition of information on 50 locally-written games of the 1980s, the site will also feature a curated blog with themed discussions and guest bloggers, starting in November 2013. The purpose is to document games as they are lived and experienced, through memory. The first month’s guests will be announced shortly, with discussion exploring local themes and gaming scenes in 1980s Australia. A peer reviewed paper on the project, presented at the conference, can be found in the ACM Digital Library here.