Powerhouse Late: Gaming Returns with a Showcase of Australian Games

Powerhouse Late: Gaming, a popular event showcasing local Australian games and their creators, will be held in Ultimo next week. This free event offers a variety of activities and presentations for attendees to enjoy. The evening’s timetable, provided by the Powerhouse website, features talks, live performances, tabletop games, and video game showcases.

One of the highlights of the event is the opportunity to hear from the team working on The Dungeon Experience, an upcoming game. This preview allows attendees to get a behind-the-scenes look at the development process and engage with the local talent involved. Additionally, composer Dan Golding, known for his work on Untitled Goose Game and Frog Detective, will be part of a panel discussing video game scores.

The live stream segment of the event features former Kotaku AU contributor Ruby Innes, along with the Back Pocket crew, providing entertaining and humorous content on stage. Tabletop lovers can participate in board games and role-playing games, encouraging social interaction and fun.

For those interested in video games, there will be showcases of games such as Wood & Weather by Paper House and Macabre by Weforge Studio. This is a great opportunity to experience these games firsthand and interact with the developers.

The evening will also include live performances, including a show by Big Sand and Magic City Counterpoint.

Powerhouse Late: Gaming will commence at 5 pm on Thursday, September 28, 2023, and run until approximately 9 pm. It is recommended to register in advance due to venue capacity. For more information and to secure a spot, visit the official website.

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Powerhouse Late: Gaming Returns with a Showcase of Australian Games

Powerhouse Late: Gaming Returns with a Showcase of Australian Games

Powerhouse Late: Gaming Returns with a Showcase of Australian Games

Powerhouse Late: Gaming Returns with a Showcase of Australian Games