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For as long as I’ve been the Editor of Kotaku Australia the narrative surrounding the local industry has been one of survival, struggle and – if you’re lucky – overcoming that struggle. But the truth is that most of my favourite mobile games were actually developed in Australia. So in celebration of that, I thought I’d take the time to highlight, in no particular order, five of my personal favourite Australian-made mobile games.
The Pokémon Trading Card Game just showed up on Canada’s iOS app store. This means that it’s likely heading to other territories soon too. The Pokemon Company announced it during the Pokemon World Championships last month. For now it’s iPad-only, but it syncs up with the long-running desktop version.
A new iPhone is a big deal. That’s a given. People are going to queue up no matter what. But when iPhone sales outperform the already high expectations people have for them, that’s kinda interesting. During the opening weekend the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6+ combined managed to shift 10 million units. That’s a big number.