Robin Hunicke and Chris Avellone to present at Game Connect Asia Pacific in October

Games Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is returning to Melbourne this year with former thatgamecompany producer Robin Hunicke and Obsidian Entertainment's Chris Avellone confirmed as speakers.

Game Connect Asia Pacific (GCAP) is returning to Melbourne this year with former thatgamecompany producer Robin Hunicke and Obsidian Entertainment's Chris Avellone confirmed as speakers.

The two-day event will be held at the Melbourne Convention Centre and feature design and production master classes, technical lectures, in-depth discussions about Unity and UDK, and also host detailed discussions about the free-to-play market and opportunities beyond the current app markets.

Tweets from the Independent Game Developers Association of Melbourne confirmed that Avellone, who has worked on Fallout 2, Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, Fallout: New Vegas, and is currently contributing to Wasteland 2, will be presenting a game design master class while Hunicke, who left thatgamecompany after the release of Journey to work at Tiny Speck, will be keynoting the event.

GCAP will run from October 22nd-23rd. Tickets are now on sale. A website will be launching in the coming days.

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