The games festival is almost upon us! So we would like to do one last thank you to some brilliant sponsors who have come together to support the event, and keep it awesome and free. So join us in saying a super big THANK YOU to…
Fire Tech Camp are all about teaching kids about tech, so they jumped at the opportunity to be involved! They will also be showcasing at the festival, at booth 12 – be sure to check it out.
Fire Tech Camp Australia is a leading tech educator, bringing together creativity, innovation and technology to empower children with the right skills and environment so they can build something amazing. Through school holiday tech camps, after school clubs and Saturday tech clubs we put technology into kids hands so they can create their own games, design mobile apps, build robots to their bidding and much more! Fire Tech Camp is proud to support the showcasing of local talent and are excited about developing the tech literacy of our new generations.
Autodesk joined us in 2015, and their back again providing support for the festival as well as connecting with local game developers and animators!
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We all know that Scitech is home to super cool science, but did you know that they share a lot of their information through games and play?
Explore your world at Scitech with engaging science and technology experiences for the whole family. Experiment with robotics in the CSIRO Lab, play with the latest gadgets and gizmos in the Rio Tinto Innovation Central exhibition, or see a whole different world using virtual reality headsets. Scitech also has explosive science shows, over 100 interactive exhibits and Australasia’s largest planetarium.
Scitech is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to increase awareness, interest, capability and participation by all Western Australians in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Nostalgia Box is not only a place to go check out iconic consoles and gaming history, they also host local playtesting events for Playup Perth! They will be showing off their excellent ware alongside the Playup Perth booth, over at table 23.
The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s 1st interactive Video Game Console Museum, located in Northbridge. A day at The Nostalgia Box promises new experiences, a loving trip down memory lane, and a crash-course in the history of gaming. This is the perfect opportunity to share your childhood with loved ones or just relive it once more!
GameCloud are the official media partner for the event, connecting with local game developers to bring you all the news on their games, plus interviews, reviews and more.
Realmz Escape Game joined us last year with special tickets for the Curse of the Mummy escape room game. Test your mind with an experience that draws you in, and challenges you to escape…
Realmz Escape Game is a fully immersive theme park experience that puts you and your friends as the adventurers in a real life fantasy world. Explore the tomb to discover the clues and solve the puzzles before your time runs out.
A special thanks also goes to Isaac Turner Design, who is behind the brilliant designs you will see this year on the festival flyers, program and posters.
And of course, we would like to once again thank our other excellent sponsors:
Without the contribution of these sponsors, the Perth Games Festival just would not be possible, so we mean it when we say THANK YOU!