Game On (GO423) Festival 2022 – Call for volunteers

Hello to all you emerging devs out there! This is an early invite and a call for volunteer helping folks for GO423 on Saturday December 3 at the Brisbane Powerhouse!

GO423 is our annual festival of locally made games with our own studios and makers showing off their work on the Turbine Platform. It’s on at the same time as the farmer’s markets and we get public flow though which means things can get quite chaotic so having volunteers wandering around directing and helping makes such a difference. 

Plus for those of you who do come and assist, what a good way of making yourselves known to to the local game development community!

Sign up for a morning and / or an afternoon slot, make sure you plan to stay on for our famous Loot Crate Debate event – hosted by the always amazing Dan Vogt and featuring a number of local game devs – and our final social / networking session!

Google form for volunteer sign up

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Game On (GO423) 2022 – EOI for games for the exhibition – extended dates

Call for EOI* – As usual, we hope to display a range of games made locally in the GO423 exhibition at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Do you have a game to show off?

We love to see:

  • Completed games – published and already out there
  • Works in progress – ready to play test or pre-release
  • Play experiments – something you have made that explores the possibilities of the medium

And all things in between! Digital and Analog formats are welcome.

Google EOI form here – extended due date to November 18th

GO423 is proudly supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland’s Screen Culture Funding program.

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Game On (GO423) 2022 – We are back at the Brisbane Powerhouse in December!

Our annual GO423 festival is on again on December 3rd 2022 at the Brisbane Powerhouse – a chance to discover the rich creativity of the local game-making industry: With some of the world’s most played games coming out of Brisbane and South East Queensland, the local game-making industry is an important part of our community. This one-day event will allow you to get involved with hands-on workshops, play locally made games, chat with developers, and discover more about the folks who are leading this important creative industry.

Watch this space for our call for games for the exhibition, small sponsorship opportunities and calls for volunteers to help on the day

GO423 is proudly supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland’s Screen Culture Funding program

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