Our fourth annual running list of every Australian made video game
Another incredible year for Australian made games has come and gone, with big wins and worldwide acclaim for games like CULT OF THE LAMB by Massive Monster and WYLDE FLOWERS by Studio Drydock to just name a few.
This year Victorian developers released 57 games, Queenslanders released 22 games, New South Wales based devs 22, Western Australians made 10, South Australians released 7, Australian Capital Territory had 8, Tasmania had 5 and there was one game made in the Northern Territory.
Overall Steam was still the most popular platform to release on with 54 different games making it to Valve's storefront. This was followed by indie marketplace Itch which 39 releases and Nintendo Switch which had 24 games released onto the hybrid platform. PlayStation had fifteen Australian made games and Xbox had 14 launches this year.
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If we've missed your game, please get in touch and we'll add it in. We've done hard work to capture everything we can find, but as the last three years have taught us there are always more games to learn about. You can add your game using our form here: Add my game to the Australian Made Game List
Each game is added to this list once in the month of the their first release, but we include other later platform releases in that entry as well.
That's it for another year we'll be back with more next year, and just a reminder if you want your game included in this list please get use our form to submit it and we'll get it added in! Add my game to the Australian Made Game List.
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