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Advances in technology and art require a solid foundation of history in order to improve, progress and innovate. What happens when that history is tied up with copyright restrictions or only exists as an expensive artifact? With video games the highest earning entertainment products, can publishers be forgiven for protecting their investments by deciding what relics from the past we now get to discover, or should these long lost treasures be more accessible?

Featured: Dr Jaime Garcia Deputy Director (T&L Engagement), Faculty of Engineering and IT, Co-director UTS Games Studio


Megsy travels back to a time before smart phones and the internet, to find out some little known facts about a small portable toy that took over our lives. Hatch this episode of Craze now. *Batteries not included.

This Podcast was made on Bidjigal and Gadigal land. We would like to acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of land and pay respects to Elders past present and upcoming.

This episode was produced by Camille Thomson, Mel Maltby and Nat Agius.

Executive Producer Grace Rouvray

Sound Project Showcase - Celebrating 6 years of a successful collaboration

We are pleased to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, we have joined forces with FASS to facilitate a multidisciplinary collaboration between 3rd-year students in the BSc in Games Development (BGD) and the Bachelor of Music and Sound Design (MSD).

The two cohorts have done an amazing job combining their areas of expertise and have created seven exciting games with fantastic music and sound effects.

SEGAH'22 was an absolute success!

Earlier in August, the UTS Games Studio had the pleasure to host the 10th iteration of the International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (SEGAH 2022).

This conference aims at creating a space for sharing knowledge, experiences, and scientific and technical results, related to state-of-the-art solutions and technologies on serious games and applications for health and healthcare.

UTS Games Graduates Hangout

With the UTS Bachelor of Science in Games Development (now just Bachelor of Games Development) being successfully re-accredited this year, we want to take the chance to catchup with all the graduates that have made this degree such a success and celebrate the last five years of the degree and more.