Last Friday, several Play It Again team members spoke at ACMI’s Game Masters Forum on the topic of collecting video games and the issues cultural institutions […]
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ACMI’s Game Masters Forum is happening on 28th and 29th June, 2012.
Happily, the “Play It Again” project was awarded funding in ARC Linkage round 1, announced in November 2011. A game history/preservation project focused on Australian and New Zealand digital games of the 1980s, the project has dual cultural and technical ‘streams’. We will be both uncovering the history of local production and consumption of local games, and developing techniques for preserving the complex digital artefacts that games are.