The Coins of McGuffin is a collectable Trading Card Game where you get to play as your favourite fandom in a multiplayer battle to see who reigns supreme and who just isn’t up to the cut of being a super-fan. Featured at PGF this year, […]

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Monster Fight is a prototype game that was developed by the Violet Honey Badger Gang – a group students from Metropolitan Tafe who were placed in a simulated studio this year and tasked with presenting their work at the Perth Games Festival in November. The game […]

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EVOLVE Review

At first glance, Turtle Rock’s four vs. one formula sports plenty of novelty, but without new, unique maps to bolster its replay value or mod support, I worry that Evolve’s paid DLC, and eventual planned free map releases will hamper an otherwise enjoyable experience.

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The Crew Review

For as much as I enjoyed the game, there are still some major flaws that could have been easily avoided. The game starts off by trying to convince you that there’s a story worth mentioning. Don’t get your hopes up, because the story is both […]

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A Simplistically Stylish FPS Time-bender Originally conceived as a part of the 2013 7 Day FPS Challenge, SUPERHOT is a new game that recently surpassed its Kickstarter goal. Its simplistic and stylish, and also uses some new time-bending FPS mechanics. We took some time to […]

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Transistor Review

Transistor is an indie gem that will go down in gaming history as being at the forefront for new ideas, and pushing the boundaries for narrative-driven gameplay.

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A New Generation Of Platforming Red Goddess is a new game currently in Kickstarter phase at the moment. It features a rich artistic direction, as well as an interesting story in which the main character enters her own mind to confront her inner demons. We […]

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“What’s in store?”, these are three words that can strike both fear and excitement into the heart of any game developer. It’s the delight of getting to experience new technologies and mechanics, and the fear of overstretching your game till it crumples like a deck […]

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Aderyn's Cradle is one of those rare examples where an indie developer has gone to great lengths to pursue new innovation and design [...]

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A GameCloud Exclusive interview with Jan Jirkovsky, the Lead Designer for Dex! Together we discuss Crowd Funding, Indie Development and [...]

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