Adelaide, Australia. It might not be well-known as a happening hive of games development, but for one weekend a year, the Indie Games Room changes all that, taking over part of the AVCon festivities to show off the latest and greatest in local talent. While at the convention this year, we caught up with as many of the developers as we could, to find out what they’d been up to, and what was in store. First on the list: Chris Johnson, with his circular, experimental game: Expand.
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