Entries in 'Development' (197)
MCV sat down yesterday with representatives from Sony to discuss Playstation First and the push to get people creating for the Playstation 4.
Creative agency Leo Burnett and developer Millipede Creative have banded together to create a game for the Aus Bureau of Statistics.
The Playstation First program is a global initiative which is aimed at breaking down the high barrier to entry the PS3 suffered.
Plastic Wax, based in Silverwater in Sydney's west, houses some 70 people and is responsible for some of the best CG trailers in the business.
Turbo Racing League, based on the upcoming Dreamworks Animations title Turbo, is out today as a free-to-play title.
It's happening more and more that local talent is making a go of creating games for themselves - here's one such story.
There were over 60 submissions to the PAX Australia Indie Showcase, from which only six would be selected.
Wellington-based developer and publisher PikPok has seen its second game pass the 10 million download milestone today.
The creators of Space Heroes Universe will be taking to the stage at Sydney's Vivid Festival to discuss the making of a mobile game.
Sydney-based developer Nnooo has sent through word that it's just become officially licensed to build for the Playstation 4.
Right Pedal Studios has accepted its first three teams, which will be given extreme boosts in bringing their game visions to life.
Fish Out of Water, the latest game from the creators of Jetpack Joyride, has flown exclusively onto the iOS app store today.
A very unique looking crafting and survival game called Under the Ocean has just been approved on Steam as an Early Access Game.
Tin Man Games is at it again, launching a new Gamebook Adventure created from Zach Weinersmith's Kickstarted Trial of the Clone.
With the federal AUD$20 million games development fund just around the corner, Surprise Attack is making its services more affordable.
Sega of Europe confirmed to MCV overnight that rumours of Sega Studios Australia closing were, sadly, true.
New Zealand-based developer Sidhe has confirmed a sequel to Rugby Challenge, Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition bound for PS3, 360 and PC.
An untapped benefit of indie gaming has just made itself a little more known, with rapid development allowing for topical games.
The be all and end all of train simulators in iOS has received a price drop, courtesy of Brisbane-based developer N3V Games.
Cliffy B recently utilised his newfound freedom to espouse some rather frank views on the current fate of the gaming industry.
The team behind Space Heroes Universe, Bubble Gum Interactive, are celebrating yet another award win.
Developers in Australia would be all too familiar with the costly process of getting into Autodesk products.
Six indie games developed in Australia and New Zealand are going to get given the royal treatment by PAX Australia.