Get To Know Your Local Developers

Get To Know Your Local Developers
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Derwent Howard’s Gameplayer.com.au has a nice “Who’s who” article up, covering the more prominent folk in the Oz games development scene.

From the piece:

Our purpose here is simple; to highlight the best developers that the country has to offer. We couldn’t be more pleased with our first batch of inductees. Among this list of 10 you will find industry heavyweights, award-winning veterans and emerging talents.

Names included in the feature are Andrew Edelsten (Auran), Ken Turner (Creative Assembly) and the almost unspellable without Google, Steve Stamatiadis (Krome).

According to the piece, it’s the first in what will be a yearly gig, so be sure to visit Gameplayer at least once a year – you know, so you’ll be able to pick these fine people out of a crowd at your next house party.

Who’s Who in Australian Gaming 2007 [Gameplayer.com.au]

Comments

  • More like the Whos who of Melbourne Games Companies.

    Which don’t get me wrong, is cool, but Australia has a much larger games industry than those few names, some even far more prominent.

    For instance 2K games/Irrational are in lovely Canberra, along with Micro Forte, just to name 2…

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