Helen Stuckey

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The challenge of collecting and exhibiting videogames is a significant issue for contemporary museums. This paper provides a case study of Beam Software's successful text adventure of the 1980s, The Hobbit, which offers some insight to the challenge of videogames for museums. The Hobbit is an exemplary text in this regard because it exists in so many(More)
Games are one of the most significant cultural forms of our times and yet they are poorly documented in Australia and New Zealand. Knowledge about the history of games is overwhelmingly held by private collectors and fans, with ephemera and other primary sources located amongst the general public. This paper presents and discusses the Popular Memory Archive(More)
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