About

Binary Space is an Australian indie game developer. Run by Jay Weston (art, game designer) and Saxon Druce (programmer) their first games include Zombie Outbreak Simulator and Class 3 Outbreak. Saxon and Jay both worked together at AAA PC developer, Ratbag Games for a combined 8 years, releasing Powerslide (1998) and Dirt Track Racing (1999).
Saxon has over 13 years of professional software development experience, including programming, technical leadership and product management, in the gaming, defence and resources industries. Jay was an artist then game designer at Ratbag for 5 years and has run his own small business, Hyperfocal Design for 8 years.

Binary Space is an Australian indie game developer, based in Perth and working with people around the world.

Binary Space was founded in February 2009, by Saxon Druce as Technical Director (programming) and Jay Weston as Creative Director (art, game design). Saxon and Jay had previously worked together at AAA PC developer, Ratbag Games, releasing Powerslide (1998) and Dirt Track Racing (1999). Together Saxon and Jay created the games Zombie Outbreak Simulator (ZOS) and Class 3 Outbreak (C3O), which feature a zombie apocalypse played out in real locations on maps.

In December 2012 Jay left Binary Space, and Saxon continued developing ZOS and C3O through 2016, including working with James Filippone and Tim Mutton to release ZOS for Android in 2014.

Binary Space has now assembled an awesome team to develop Land of Hope and Gorey, a new zombie adventure game aiming for release in 2018!