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X marks the spot

It’s like noughts and crosses, but played by young hunters in pre-colonial Australia.

Visitors to Toowoomba’s Cobb+Co Museum would be familiar with the floor game Burguu Matya, a traditional Australian Aboriginal activity from the Wiradjuri people.

In a bid to share this important piece of Australian history with more people, Cobb+Co has joined forces with USQ to bring the game to a digital platform, with the University’s Media Design and Development team recently handing over a browser-based version of the game.

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