HYPER//ECHO delves into the transience of our digital world
ACMI's most recent digital exhibition explores digital decay in a locally developed video game.
Untitled Goose Game Live will bring orchestral chaos to ACMI
A live orchestra will score a playthrough of Untitled Goose Game at ACMI in July 2022.
Play ACMI's first video game commission: HYPER//ECHO
Australia's museum of screen culture has launched its first video game, developed by award-winning local developers.
Why Cricket video games are vital to Australia's national identity
Big Ant Studios and Beam Software shared their perspective on the history of cricket games as part of the Born…
ACMI Women in Games exhibit lands in Lilydale
The Code Breakers: Women in Games exhibit celebrates the achievements of women working in Australia and around the world.
How museums collect video games and their history
In a recent Play It Again talk, prominent historians discussed how video game preservation goes beyond simple emulation.
Australian Game Developers are Perfecting Simplicity
The pure elegance of a game’s design can be its most compelling feature.
ACMI’s 'Big Games Night In' returns with more free, local games
On 3 October, ACMI will kick off Melbourne International Games Week with another annual showcase of free, locally made games…
6 questions with ACMI prize-winning game developer Dan Ferguson
We talk to Melbourne game developer Daniel Ferguson about his cartoonish, kinetic games, winning the ACMI + RMIT prize, and…
ACMI: Rebooting the museum of the moving image
After closing for a major make-over (and pandemic postponement) the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is re-opening with a…