Computer Version

VIDEOS & TALKS

Chaos Tavern and Indigenous Games!

Crinj spoke with Phoebe Watson at GCAP 2019 about their work on Chaos Tavern and how indigenous stories can influence games!

Indigenous Culture in Videogames (Freeplay '19)

Phoebe will be discussing her perspectives on the importance of Indigenous Culture in videogames and her experience working with community.

The Distillery

Phoebe Watson is a proud Indigenous woman from the Yarrer Gunditj Clan of the Maar Nation. Currently completing her final year of her Bachelor of Design in Games at RMIT, she is also working at DragonBear Studios as a consultant and Indigenous game dev. Growing up and being ashamed of her background, she is now happy to be using games as a medium to help inspire young First Nations kids to be proud of their culture.

Indigenous Culture in Video Games

Talk: Indigenous Culture in Video Games Speaker: Phoebe Watson The sensitive presentation of culture in video games is a relatively new concept to the medium.

It has continually been able to reach wider audiences over the years. With this ability to create and share stories and experiences, we can make a seriously positive impact.

In this talk, Phoebe will speak to her experiences working with the Indigenous community in videogames and the processes that were taken to involve them in the production of Chaos Tavern by DragonBear Studios.

Following, she will express her opinion on the importance of including Indigenous culture into videogames; Highlighting how it can preserve one of the oldest living cultures on the planet and aid in closing the gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous people.

EMAIL US

Tablet Version

TALKS & VIDEOS

Chaos Tavern

and Indigenous Games!

Crinj spoke with Phoebe Watson at GCAP 2019 about their work
on Chaos Tavern and how indigenous stories can influence games!

Indigenous Culture in Videogames (Freeplay '19)

Phoebe will be discussing her perspectives on the importance of Indigenous Culture in videogames and her experience working with community.

The Distillery

Phoebe Watson is a proud Indigenous woman from the Yarrer Gunditj Clan of the Maar Nation. Currently completing her final year of her Bachelor of Design in Games at RMIT, she is also working at DragonBear Studios as a consultant and Indigenous game dev. Growing up and being ashamed of her background, she is now happy to be using games as a medium to help inspire young First Nations kids to be proud of their culture.

Indigenous Culture in Video Games

Talk: Indigenous Culture in Video Games Speaker: Phoebe Watson The sensitive presentation of culture in video games is a relatively new concept to the medium.

It has continually been able to reach wider audiences over the years. With this ability to create and share stories and experiences, we can make a seriously positive impact.

In this talk, Phoebe will speak to her experiences working with the Indigenous community in videogames and the processes that were taken to involve them in the production of Chaos Tavern by DragonBear Studios.

Following, she will express her opinion on the importance of including Indigenous culture into videogames; Highlighting how it can preserve one of the oldest living cultures on the planet and aid in closing the gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous people.

EMAIL US

iPhone Version

VIDEOS & TALKS

Chaos Tavern and Indigenous Games!

Crinj spoke with Phoebe Watson at GCAP 2019 about their work on Chaos Tavern and how indigenous stories can influence games!

Indigenous Culture in Videogames (Freeplay '19)

Phoebe will be discussing her perspectives on the importance of Indigenous Culture in videogames and her experience working with community.

The Distillery

Phoebe Watson is a proud Indigenous woman from the Yarrer Gunditj Clan of the Maar Nation. Currently completing her final year of her Bachelor of Design in Games at RMIT, she is also working at DragonBear Studios as a consultant and Indigenous game dev. Growing up and being ashamed of her background, she is now happy to be using games as a medium to help inspire young First Nations kids to be proud of their culture.

Indigenous Culture in Video Games

Talk: Indigenous Culture in Video Games Speaker: Phoebe Watson The sensitive presentation of culture in video games is a relatively new concept to the medium.

It has continually been able to reach wider audiences over the years. With this ability to create and share stories and experiences, we can make a seriously positive impact.

In this talk, Phoebe will speak to her experiences working with the Indigenous community in videogames and the processes that were taken to involve them in the production of Chaos Tavern by DragonBear Studios.

Following, she will express her opinion on the importance of including Indigenous culture into videogames; Highlighting how it can preserve one of the oldest living cultures on the planet and aid in closing the gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous people.

EMAIL US