Game Preservation SIG/SIG Resources/DiGRA 2009
International Game Developers Association
At DiGRA 2009 the IGDA Game Preservation SIG helped present at the panel "The State of Play in Game Preservation" organsed by Dan Pinchbeck of Portsmouth University.
Attendance and Abstract
The panel was presented by:
- Dan Pinchbeck, Portsmouth University
- Andreas Lange, Computerspiele Museum (Computer Game Museum)
- Andrew Armstrong, IGDA Game Preservation SIG
- Jo Barwick, Loughborough University
- James Newman, Bath Spa University/National Videogame Archive
- Tom Wooley, National Media Museum/National Videogame Archive
Abstract to be copied soon.
Papers and presenter:
- Where have all the games gone? Explorations on the cultural significance of digital games and preservation, Jo Barwick
- Before It's Too Late: Preserving Games across the Industry / Academia divide , Andrew Armstrong
- Emulation as a strategy for the preservation of games: the KEEP project, Andreas Lange, Dan Pinchbeck
- Make Videogames History: Game preservation and The National Videogame Archive, James Newman, Tom Wooley
Presentation slides will be made available if possible.