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Episode 86 – PAX Aus 2015 Extravaganza
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PAX Australia is all over for 2015 and boy oh boy was it an amazing event. Matt made his way down to Melbourne to the convention and he got together with some friends for a chat about their highlights of the show. He is joined by previous DBG Podcast alumni Chad (owner of Game Truck Australia and lecturer at the University of Adelaide), and new DBG friend Simon (Drdlokd Sp4rtn on YouTube) for a discussion on everything from Indie games to panels, and table-top games to Omegathon. Sit back, relax, and live vicariously through the experiences of this motley crew, and as always please enjoy the show!

Here are some links related to some of the stuff we talked about on the show:

Panels –
Australian STEM Video Game Challenge
The Dragon Friends – A Live Dungeons & Dragons Comedy Show and Podcast
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Games –
Surprise Attack Games


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