The quest to make a truly Australian game

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Let's move past Australian gothic and true blue and take a look at how these game devs are approaching stories unique to this sunburnt country.

In games and VR development, Australians are leading the pack, producing beloved titles like Untitled Goose Game, Framed, and Florence that garnered international awards and reached audiences of millions, and going as far back as Commodore 64 classic, Way Of The Exploding Fist. When we look at these games, however, it’s hard to distinguish an aesthetic, narrative, or cultural throughline that would make them stand out as Australian.

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