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GCAP 09 to hit Melbourne in December

Australian developer event to include sessions on core, online, casual and serious games

The Game Developers' Association of Australia has announced that its Game Connect: Asia Pacific event will return this year, to take place in Melbourne on December 6-8.

The developer event will cover a host of issues facing the industry today, according to a statement, and include sessions on "core games, online, mobile, casual and serious games, along with new developments in art, technology and design."

"We are thrilled that this year GCAP returns to Melbourne and will be held in a spectacular new venue," said Tom Crago, president of the GDAA. "We have every intention of making this the biggest and best game development conference ever held in this region and look forward to welcoming delegates from all around the world to join us in Melbourne this December.

"Last year's event in Brisbane was a huge success and we are very confident of growing this event further in 2009. Our industry is in the midst of a very dynamic period right now and we feel sure that GCAP 09 will not only have the development community talking, but will lead to the creation of new ideas and collaborations."

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