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Clash of Castles, Battle Riders, Bicycle Crankset Clock and heaps more!
Can you guess the game?
Stuff that isn't games.
While You Were Sleeping
Stuff you might have missed.
Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk about stuff and/or things.
Kojima is watching you. Always watching.
Halo: Spartan Asslt. Numerics, Doodle Kingdom and heaps more!
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Let's review a game!
This Week In Game
What are ye buyin'?
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.
In this case, the ‘thing’ is something as simple as a podcast.