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Unpacking (2021) Witch Beam Games – AGDA Game of the Year winner 2021

ACMI, IGEA and Melbourne International Games Week present

The AGDAs: ACMI Audience Award

Program

Play and vote for your favourite Australian game of the year.

The Australian Game Developer Awards (AGDAs) are a national event celebrating outstanding games and individual achievements by Australian game developers. Spanning 13 game categories, the AGDAs elevate and celebrate our diverse and talented local games Industry.

As part of Melbourne International Games Week, we're partnering with the AGDAs to present a playable showcase of the best games Australia has to offer. Drop into our museum and try out a selection of outstanding games, before you vote on which game takes out the very first, highly coveted ACMI Audience Award!

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