Australian developer named in Forbes 30 Under 30

David Wildgoose
Australian developer named in Forbes 30 Under 30

Melbourne born game designer Alexander Bruce has been honoured by Forbes in its annual 30 Under 30 list.

The only Australian to make the cut, Bruce is featured as one of the brightest young talents in the games industry alongside international figures such as Oculus VR CEO Palmer Lucky, Humble Bundle cofounder John Graham and Supergiant studio director Amir Rao.

Bruce released his first game, Antichamber, in January 2013, which he describes as a "mind-bending psychological exploration game." Forbes says that Antichamber has now reached $4 million in sales.

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