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Molyneux to open 2012 Aussie game exhibition

发布时间:2019-04-04 18:53

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne has long played host to exhibitions chronicling the history of digital and interactive media, from 2008's Game On exhibition tracking the growth of gaming culture from the arcade era to the present to the current Screen Worlds, a permanent exhibition following the history and development of the moving image.

Keeping up with this tradition, the ACMI today announced a new four-month-long gaming exhibition set to open in June 2012. Game Masters will pay tribute to some of the gaming industry's greatest video game developers, with over 125 playable games spanning arcade-era hits, PCs and consoles, and the mobile era.

The yellow chomper will be showcased during ACMI's Game Masters exhibition.

The exhibition--which will be presented as part of ACMI's Melbourne Winter Masterpieces 2012--will run from June 28 to October 28, 2012, and it will feature over 40 game designers and their games, including Tomohiro Nishikado (Space Invaders, 1978), Ed Logg (Asteroids, 1979), Toru Iwatani (Pac-Man, 1980), Yu Suzuki (Hang On, 1983), Paulina Bozek (SingStar, 2004), Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear, 1987), Yuji Naka and the Sonic Team (Sonic the Hedgehog, 1991), Fumito Ueda (Ico, 2001, Shadow of the Colossus, 2005, The Last Guardian), Alex Rigopulos (Guitar Hero, 2005), Tim Schafer (Full Throttle, 1984), and Warren Spector (Disney's Epic Mickey, 2010).

The exhibition will also include well-known Australian game designers, with more to be announced closer to the exhibition's opening. All the work featured in the exhibition will be presented through a combination of concept artwork, newly commissioned interviews, and playable g

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