Looking back on Go Play Brisbane

If you were well-planned enough to be at Go Play Brisbane last month you would have known by now that everyone had a good time. Most importantly for the Australian indie games scene, some homegrown games were played there. As expected, both Quincunx and Siege got a run, and both in the afternoon. You can find out a little more about it by clicking through to the websites for these games (see the links on the right of this page).

But that’s what the designers say about it. What about you? Were you there? Did you get to play one of these games? If you did, what did you think of them?

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One Response to Looking back on Go Play Brisbane

  1. Colin says:

    While I couldn’t participate due to other commitments, I did enjoy watching the games that were running when I popped in for the couple of hours. Pirates sounded interesting if disturbingly biological, Siege struck me with a number of ideas but I didn’t get to see much of Quincunx.

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