Blitz Bandits and I are old acquaintances, having met once before in Melbourne on SK’s game tour around Australia. In the small back-courtyard of a bar in St. Kilda, I drunkenly smashed out a few dozen rounds with some of the other punters that had […]

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I’m not going to lie, mobile games aren’t really my thing; I’ve tried more than a few, but I often find them lacking in content and bogged down in freemium garbage. However, I not only enjoy Mr. Nibbles Forever, but I believe I was placed […]

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I’ll always put my hand up for the chance to interview developers for GameCloud and to try out any epic games on display. Except this time: my two biggest fears are drowning and diminishing spaces – which basically makes up the premise for Savage Cabbage’s […]

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I had the chance to catch up with Eeshwar Rajagopalan of tripleqmark productions at the Perth Games Festival and threw a bunch of questions at him to give first-timer’s a better insight into who he is and what he does. I played his game previously […]

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RAEZ is a fairly recognizable name lately with the release of COGZ, and it was the perfect chance to pick the mad scientist’s brain. Wez was busy running the enormous floor-sized Ludicrous COGZ for the enamoured public at the Perth Games Festival, but he still […]

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Paradigm builds on the traditions of early 90s point-n-click adventure games with its own brand of quirky, idiosyncratic humour and [...]

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One Night Only draws broadly on the look of early pixel-based adventure titles, as well as a range of unique personal influences to bring the player an ambient adventure through a virtual Freo–inspired landscape. Initially based on the creation of a stand-up routine and performance, […]

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One issue many indie developers struggle with is the ability to get their game out there and noticed, and being in Perth doesn’t always help with that. It’s for this reason I’m grateful that the Perth Games Festival now exists, as despite being regularly involved […]

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Of all the games at the Perth Games Festival this year, World’s Fastest Pizza is probably the most socially reprehensible, if not the funniest. Laid before me at the display was an arcade stick made from two stacked pizza boxes with the stick poking through […]

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Anyone familiar with the local games scene has probably heard of FTI (Formerly, The Film and Television Institute of WA). Despite the name, FTI has recently been making a name for themselves as supporters of the local games scene. Kate Raynes-Goldie is the head of […]

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