Game Developer's Conference

In early March, Melanie Swalwell gave an invited presentation on Play It Again’s Popular Memory Archive at the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco.  GDC is a huge […]

Obituary: Craig Harrington

Craig Harrington, a PhD candidate in the School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics and a valued member of the Play It Again project team, died […]

CFP: Fans, Videogames and History

Over the last two decades, a substantial amount of research has addressed the fan culture phenomenon, particularly in relation to film and television; the focus has […]

Play It Again at AMIA conference

Nick Richardson, from ACMI, presented a paper on the Play It Again project at the 2014 Association of Moving Image Archivists conference in Savannah, Georgia. The […]

Knowledge Exchange Event

On 18th June, 2014, we held only our second ever face to face full team meeting, at the University of Melbourne. Being in the same room […]

"Popular Memory Archive" launch

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 […]