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Several years ago, a former THQ executive started his own consultancy for indie games. That label was called Surprise Attack, and it quickly grew into a publishing house with the ideal of showcasing Australian games to the world.

But with Surprise Attack rebranding as Fellow Traveller this week, that direction has changed. So I asked a straight question: is there still a place for Australian-made games as a brand in the global market?


Two things have rather conveniently combined today. The first is a rebranding of a long-running Aussie publisher, with Surprise Attack today reforming as Fellow Traveller. To mark the occasion, Green Man Gaming are discounting a raft of Aussie indies, including Crawl, Hacknet, and FRAMED.