It’s likely that you’re already aware of a Binary Space game. Released in 2009 and 2010 respectively, their games Zombie Outbreak Simulator and Class 3 Outbreak were both played over a million times each online. Based within Google Maps, both used the popular mapping service […]

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It can be challenging to convince people that the Perth games scene is as good as it is. It’s not a matter of quality but visibility, and it’s not easy to advertise local games when everyone’s eyes are locked on Steam and PUBG. One look […]

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We’re back, with a brand new website thanks to Helen Kwok, a new team and a new creative innovation microgrant initiative thanks to the City of Perth (check out the media release for details — a full announcement and how to apply coming soon)

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You’d be hard-pressed to find an eSports event in Perth that isn’t just a stream party. Maybe there’ll be a couple of pro-level matches at RFLAN, but locally hosted events are a rare sight indeed. Unusual, but not unseen, and Flaktest Gaming has been hard […]

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As many of you know, we at GameCloud are a proudly Western Australian outfit, so it should come as no surprise that we were especially stoked when we heard that the new Battlestar Galactica game was being developed right here in Perth by none other […]

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Battlestar Galactica Deadlock is out on PC! Lead the Colonial fleet and protect the Twelve Colonies in the First Cylon War. So say we all!    

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Spritely local co-op with team-and-swap action. Connect, co-operate or betray to win!    

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Out on PC and Steam on August 31! In Battlestar Galactica Deadlock™ you’ll take command of the Colonial Fleet in defense of the Twelve Colonies during the First Cylon War. Lead many different types of ships in this 3D tactical game. Every decision counts, your […]

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A free, family-friendly event about playing locally-made computer games, tabletop games, mobile games and virtual reality experiences!

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Three of my favourite things in the world are retro games, beer and the local indie gaming scene. Luckily for me, Playup Perth covers all three in one night – and just like this month (and every other time), the latest event did not disappoint. […]

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