Over 100 playable games celebrating the work of dozens of game developers will feature at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum next month.
Opening December 13, Game Masters is an exhibition that aims to celebrate the work of the world's most influential videogame designers and showcase some of the most groundbreaking games ever made across arcades, consoles, PC and mobile platforms.
Game Masters debuted in Melbourne last year and has since travelled the world. It will now reside in Sydney until May 25, 2014.
The exhibit takes attendees on a journey from the earliest arcade cabinets such as Space Invaders, Asteroids and Donkey Kong then on through the 1980s, '90s and 2000s via the work of major designers including Warren Spector, Hideo Kojima, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Peter Molyneux and Tim Schafer. It also highlights the recent rise of indies such as Markus Persson (Minecraft) and Australia's own Halfbrick.
Tickets are on sale now.