Women make up only a small portion of our industry, but their contributions are enormous. Code Breakers is a new exhibit coming to ACMI, highlighting all the accomplishments of women in the Australian industry.

Code Breakers is free to the public, opening on July 25 and running until November 5.

The exhibit will feature an area for playable titles, including Firemonkeys’ free-to-play Need for Speed: No Limits and League of Geeks’ Armello, both produced right here in Melbourne, as well as titles produced from female developers all around the country.

Code Breakers will also explore the pressures that women face, and how to encourage diversity in the Australian games industry.

Earlier this week, MCV Pacific hosted the Women in Games Awards, with seven awards presented at the event.

Multiplayer Melbourne will present a feature on Code Breakers shortly after the exhibit opens to the public.

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