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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and a number of game industry veterans kicked off Game Masters this week, an interactive video game exhibition showing until October 2012.

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and a number of game industry veterans kicked off Game Masters this week, an interactive video game exhibition showing until October 2012.

The exhibition, hosted by ACMI in Melbourne, Australia, showcases the work of leading local and international video game designers, with more than 125 playable games from the arcade era through to the latest console and mobile games.

The exhibition has been lauded as one of the most comprehensive and interactive exhibitions of this nature, with an immersive 3D version of Child of Eden available for play, a multiplayer dance stage for Dance Central 2, and a selection of classic arcades from the 1970s and 80s acquired specifically for the exhibition.

During the exhibition's opening week, key speakers like Warren Spector and Tim Schafer will be holding talks about their experiences with designing games and where they hope the industry will go in the future.

Game Masters is now open and will run until October 28 at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne. Tickets can be purchased here.