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New AIE student game - Alanis and the Great Eastern Wind

13-Jan-2017
A game created as part of the Second year Major Production by AIE Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development students

Global Game Jam January 2017

03-Jan-2017
Global Game Jam (GGJ) 2017 is on 20th - 22nd January. AIE students and staff are preparing themselves to develop amazing games for this world-wide event.

AIE students and staff score top hits at the Music City Tech Jam

17-Nov-2016
Game developers and musicians combine in Adelaide: even Jimmy Barnes would be impressed.

GCAP recap - AIE included in Student Showcase Winners

17-Nov-2016
The GCAP Student Showcase is always hotly contested amongst game development students around the asia pacific region as they aim to be part of the chosen few to have their game included in the showcase.

AIE Dominates PAX

17-Nov-2016
PAX AUS is Australia’s largest video games focused expo. The show celebrates and highlights the industry's most exciting upcoming and recently released games. At the AIE Booth this year we showcased more student games than ever before.

Virtual Reality at AIE – The Virtual Becomes Reality

10-Oct-2016
Are you ready to get an exclusive behind the scenes look at what goes into a photoshoot for the video games industry?

AIE Alumni work on Game of Thrones

26-Jul-2016
A number of AIE graduates working at Iloura in Sydney and Melbourne have been credited on Season 6 of Game of Thrones.

AIE Alumni Games Take Centre Stage at E3

20-Jun-2016
With the dizzying week of game announcements that is E3 behind us; Now is the perfect chance to find out which new industry leading games AIE graduates are helping to bring to the world.

AIE student, Ioannis Papazis awesome time-lapse

24-Mar-2016
AIE student, Ioannis Papazis has done some amazing Zelda pieces such as "Ocarina of times meets Unreal Engine 4 - Kakariko VIllage".

Video game created by indigenous students to promote maths and science education

24-Mar-2016
In March this year AIE teamed up with AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) to mentor 18 Indigenous year 9 students through the game development process.