Australians companies have created some of the most popular games for mobile phones and tablets.
Ever heard of Brisbane’s Halfbrick Studios? They are responsible all the time you have wasted playing Fruit Ninja. This is a hugely popular game that has over than three hundred million downloads worldwide. This is on several cross-platform releases. Halfbrick are also responsible for the award-winning adventure game Jetpack Joyride.
Another Australian success in mobile gaming was seen when Apple announced its product lineup for 2015. Among the announcements of the highly-anticipated new iPhone models 6s and latter two iems were displayed. One of thse was one of the hottest new mobile games on the market, Crossy Road, developed by Australian studio, Hipster Whale.
Founded in 2008, Blowfish Studios, hit the big time with their mobile strategy game, Siegecraft. The game has been downloaded more than 1.5 million times and was the number one game for iPads on the US charts, grossing more than $500,000. The game was also featured by Apple for the launch of the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5.