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Vol 2, No 1 (2015)

Selected articles from the inaugural DiGRA Australia conference.

Table of Contents

Special issue, DiGRA Australia

Introduction: What ‘is’ Australian Game Studies? HTML PDF
Marcus Carter, Thomas Apperley, Laura Crawford, Martin Gibbs, Bjorn Nansen
Remembering & Exhibiting Games Past: The Popular Memory Archive HTML PDF
Helen Stuckey, Melanie Swalwell, Angela Ndalianis, Denise de Vries
Conceptualising Inspiration Networks in Game Design HTML PDF
Xavier Ho, Martin Tomitsch, Tomasz Bednarz
“Blackout!” Unpacking the Black Box of the Game Event HTML PDF
Steven Conway, Andrew Trevillian
Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side: Enacting femininity to avoid dying alone HTML PDF
Tina Richards
Affect, Responsibility, and How Modes of Engagement Shape the Experience of Videogames HTML PDF
Kevin Veale

ISSN: 2328-9422
Published by the Digital Games Research Association.