Every once in a while, a Hearthstone deck rolls around that's so strong, so finely-tuned and so effective, it's hard not to play against it without getting at least a little bit salty. In the wake of the game's latest Journey to Un'Goro expansion, that deck is called the Quest Rogue.


Following yesterday evening's news that the next game in the Professor Layton series will hit Japan on July 20, publisher Level-5 has now revealed that the new game starring the professor's daughter will be available worldwide that very day — on iOS and Android, but not Nintendo 3DS.


Have you ever experienced the joy of getting "error 53" on your precious iOS device and taken it to Apple, only for them to refuse to look at it? Good news: an ACCC investigation allegedly uncovered the same thing, and they're taking Apple to court.


It's called Crash Club. It's the new game by the creator of Fruit Ninja and it's actually tremendously ambitious. It's an open world crash simulator or sorts, but you play online with others and there's car combat involved. There's a lot going on here, but it looks fantastic.

And it's a Luke Muscat game, so you can be sure it'll be sticky, accessible and addictive as hell.

Crucially, Australians are getting the chance to play it first.


Stop watching movies on your iPad. Stop browsing the web. Well, OK. You don't have to stop. But while you do all that stuff, don't forget that your iPad can play some great games. Which games do are best? Read on.

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Here is the complete list of mobile plans for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in Australia from Telstra, Optus, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone and Woolworths. We also highlight the best plan from each telco based on price and data. Who provides the best value overall? Read on to find out...