Day: November 2, 2017

Only two days left to buy early-bird tickets to Disrupt Berlin

 What could Disrupt Berlin — Europe’s premier event for entrepreneurs, investors, hackers and tech fans — possibly have in common with Eddie Murphy’s 1982 police action/comedy, 48 Hrs? Well, that’s exactly how much time you have left to score early-bird tickets and save big money. Miss the November 3 deadline and you’ll miss out on serious savings. Now… Read More

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‘Paperbark,’ the game that’s a love letter to unspoilt Australian nature

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While Australia’s renowned natural beauty is often plastered on postcards and featured in the occasional film, it’s something yet to be represented in the gaming world.

Paperbark, set to release early next year initially on iOS, will change all that. The game focuses on the life of a sleepy wombat exploring Australian bushland, discovering all kinds of flora and fauna along the way.

The game was originally the final year project of RMIT game design students Ryan Boulton, Nina Bennett and Terry Burdak. All three grew up in regional Victoria, and wanted to focus on creating a game that looked like an Australia they knew. Read more…

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