Entries in 'Development' (227)
Revenue for the New Zealand game development industry grew by 86% in 2012, the New Zealand Game Developers Association announced today.
Australian and New Zealand based creators will be able to launch Kickstarter projects, including video games, starting November 13.
Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2013 is set to take place in Melbourne from 21st-23rd October, and early bird prices are almost gone.
Part of the PAX Australia Indie Showcase, Duet was a huge hit from Kumobius, the Melbourne-based developers of Bean's Quest.
AUD$2.6 million has been allocated to Australian developers, with 21 games across the country receiving production funding.
Trade bodies UKIE and Tiga could join forces in the UK, combining to form one industry voice to media and politicians.
A new Gamebook Adventure title from Tin Man Games has hit today, and just in time for the Melbourne-based developer's fifth birthday.
Melbourne-based developer Wander MMO's experiential and non-combat MMO game Wander has been confirmed as a Playstation 4 title.
The Freeplay Festival begins next week in Melbourne, and has finally revealed its full list of speakers.
Sydney-based developer is up for a New South Wales Export Award from the Export Council of Australia.
The Freeplay Festival in Melbourne is just around the corner, and it'll be attended by indie heavyweights Erin Robinson and Steve Swink.
New Zealand's biggest game developer PikPok has today released Flick Kick Field Goal 2014, a follow-up to its 2010 smash hit.
It's one thing for the Wonderbook to allow cool augmented reality 3D graphics to be overlayed using a book...
Straight Right, the Melbourne-based outfit responsible for the Wii U version of Mass Effect 3, is at it again.
Last night, Qantm College hosted the IGDA Sydney Professional Indie Panel, with advice from some local entrepreneurs.
GCAP is due to take place in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 21st-23rd October.
A teaser trailer has come out for an upcoming documentary on indie game development.
Andrew Lamb from Camshaft software has issued a list of naive misconceptions which have been squashed releasing his first game.
A list of New South Wales developers which have received funding from Screen New South Wales has been revealed.
Following on from the news this morning that the first AUD$6 million was being rolled out to local devs, Screen Aus has spoken up.
The first part of the AUD$20 million federal funding package for videogames has been confirmed for established developers.