Galf is a contemporary retro release (programmed for an original 1980s Nintendo Entertainment System but released in 2018), based on the mini game from the Brisbane-developed game Golf
Kylie Minogue appears as Cammy in the action movie Street Fighter (Steven E de Souza, USA and Japan) in 1994.
The NFSA is developing and preserving a growing collection of video games and their source materials from the early 1980s to now.
White short sleeved t-shirt featuring Halloween Harry holding a flame thrower and a zombie standing behind him.
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released in the 1990s; its predecessor, the Nintendo Entertainment System launched in 1983.
This TEN Eyewitness News item from 1993 announces that, following community concerns, video games with explicit violence and sex are to be banned.
This QTV Eyewitness News item from 1992 reports on an 11-year-old Sydney boy who suffered an epileptic fit while playing a video game at a friend's party.
Bob Hains, TEN Eyewitness News Brisbane's Games Guru from Games 'r' us, reviews some of the 'hottest new games in town' in 1993.
This TEN Eyewitness News item announces the winner of the Sega Mega Drive giveaway. The news team delivers the prize to a lucky young man who is still in his pyjamas!
We've published a Retro Gaming curated collection online that captures some of the ways that games have intersected with Australian popular culture since the 1970s.