Episode 1310 (season 13) of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 is spy-themed. The comedian cast played a modified version of DIYSPY after the film, as part of the livestreamed show on Friday 16th September, 2022!
A remote play version created in Twine was released for free on itch.io (and directly linked to on this site). itch.io is a popular independent gaming distribution site.
Short version in Jeff Watson’s Zoom Jam 2020
A game jam for games to be played in Zoom/videochat. The jam is organised by Jeff Watson and brought out by @USCGames and @sitlab in partnership with @theHEVGA. I attempted a 500 word instruction version of DIYSPY for Zoom Jam 2020.
Exhibited at CANCON 2020 – 2nd largest tabletop convention in Australia
Library Games area, Exhibition Park In Canberra, off Flemington road, Mitchell, Canberra
January 25th – Saturday, noon-midnight
January 26th – Sunday, 8.30am-midnight
January 27th – Monday, 8.30am-4pm, 2020
Exhibited at PAX AUS Collaboratory 2019 – Largest game convention in Australia
Tabletop Freeplay area, Melbourne Convention Centre
October 11th – Friday 2-6pm
October 13th – Sunday 2-6pm, 2019
Ever since the discussions in 2013 about the behaviour of the founder Mike Krahulik and the associated inclusion issues at PAX, I have declined the (much appreciated) invites to be on panels at PAXAUS. I submitted DIYSPY to the 2019 Collaboratory however to playtest the latest festival version with the public and to speak with tabletop peers and publishers. I am also doing this to reach people like me who may be there. I will review my involvement after the experience.
Exhibited at CHIPlay Interactivity and Play Exhibition
Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne
October 29th-31st, 10-5pm, 2018
Exhibited at Melbourne Playground: Public Games Exhibition
October 28th Sunday, 10-5pm, 2018
Exhibited at GO423 PopUp Exhibition
The Powerhouse, Brisbane
Brisbane International Game Developers’ Association
Exhibited at Pop Up Playground’s “This is a Door”
Theatre Works, St Kilda
November 29th, 30th, 1st Dec, 2013