3–7 Sep 2022
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See a collection of work produced by several student teams from the past five years as you walk through the Swinburne Games Arcade.
View the development of games, animation, characters, 2D and 3D creations, visual effects, and much more.
Known leaders in next generation digital experiences, Swinburne students use the next gen_now approach to produce, create and engage using advanced technology.
Swinburne students work towards having their game creations displayed at events such as PAX, Open Days and ACMI.
Level Squared (LVL²)
by Glitch Crab student team
LVL² is a minimalist puzzle-platformer. Manipulate the size and position of objects and change reality to solve puzzles. Think inside the box. LVL² has been carried forward by the team after graduation and released commercially.
Inaugural winner of Best Student Game, The Game Awards 2017
by Emusement student team
Follow Carta on their journey and manipulate the paper world to find missing map pieces.
Winner: Best Student Game, AGDA Awards 2017
by Hot Potato student team
A game where you meet friends and combine to overcome obstacles, until it is time to part ways.
Finalist: Best Student Game, AGDA Awards 2017
by Luminous Koala student team
A unique twist on the arcade shooter, where the player controls the speed of time itself. Battle through waves of luminous opponents and big bad bosses.
Continuum has been carried forward by the team following graduation and released commercially.
by Tesselate9 student team
Enjoy a relaxing space odyssey where you guide a flower with sunlight to restore life to the galaxy, one planet at a time. Find and restore bulbs located on each planetoid and use their power to spread throngs of floral life everywhere.
Sol Floreo has been carried forward by the team following graduation and released publicly.
by Wrecked Angle student team
Race through obstacle courses in this first-person platformer now titled, Nova Flow. Use your Nova Cannon and its powers, finding shortcuts along the way. Can you set the fastest time?
This game was carried forward by the team following graduation and released as Nova Flow.
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