Entries in 'ios' (62)
Creative agency Leo Burnett and developer Millipede Creative have banded together to create a game for the Aus Bureau of Statistics.
It's happening more and more that local talent is making a go of creating games for themselves - here's one such story.
Sydney-based developer See Through Studios has released a new iOS title, thankfully without the world ending too severely.
In news that will surprise, alarm and outrage most likely no one, Real Racing 3 has been heavily promoted in the App Store.
The be all and end all of train simulators in iOS has received a price drop, courtesy of Brisbane-based developer N3V Games.
EA and Firemonkeys have just finished hosting a large media event to celebrate the Australian-ness of Real Racing 3.
The Melbourne-based creator of Train Conductor and Train Conductor 2 has finally released its sophomore title: Puzzle Retreat.
Australia's cultural contribution to the world of mobile gaming is vital, as this cat kick-a-thon proves.
New Zealand developer Dave Frampton is no stranger to success (following Chopper and Chopper 2), but he's just found another 1 million strong audience.
Melbourne-based developer Millipede Creative Development has partnered with Tennis Australia to grow brand awareness for Hot Shots.
Another Aussie-developers iOS game has hit the App Store today: Blast Points from Melbourne-based developer Pub Games.
OpenFeint, the first real equivalent of Xbox Live on smartphone, is to be closed on December 14th.
Yet another release from the booming world of Australian indie mobile development today, as Missile Control drops for mobile.
Sidhe's mobile arm PikPok has been busy, today dropping Rise of the Guardians: Drop n Dash for iOS.
Well, the home console may still be the one you rush to see, but Firemonkeys have held nothing back in creating Most Wanted for mobile.
Ian Livingstone (Life President of Eidos) has written another Fighting Fantasy book, and it's being brought to life by Tin Man Games.
Now here's a unique twist - a platformer where your aim is to get from top to bottom, in a new Aussie indie game called Freedom Fall.
Sydney developer Alex Vlaskin has released the first two episodes of Bebee the Bee, an iOS kids' arcade title.
Wellington-based developer Sidhe's mobile division PikPok has been busy of late, today launching two new titles for iOS.
EA hosted a Need for Speed: Most Wanted preview event in Sydney this week, bringing in talent from Criterion and Firemonkeys.
PikPok, Sidhe's mobile arm, has today released a quirky action-puzzler for iOS developed by Conix.
Saito Games, a Sydney-based indie developer, has today launched Treasure Submarine, bringing a twist to the classic game of Battleship.