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Fortnite for a Game Truck party?

At the moment the single most common question I get on having Game Truck parties is, 'can we play Fortnite?' Fortnite (especially its iconic Battle Royale mode) is definitely the hottest game out at the moment, and we'll review it soon to explore why this is the case. But when it comes to playing it in the Game Truck, unfortunately the answer is no, and there a ...

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Life After Minecraft: 5 games for the fading Minecraft fan

Although Minecraft might still be new to some of us, it does have 100 million copies in the wild, having sold over 50,000 copies per day in 2016. Even so, individual gamers do eventually lose the love for Minecraft. Often they get to the age of 12 or 13 and it feels a little bit kiddy - they want something bit more grownup and exciting (even if they rediscover the ...

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Pro-Social Gaming For the Win!

This is going to sound like I'm just talking about Overwatch again, but this time it goes to the very heart of what Game Truck Australia is all about. The Overwatch League may be only in its infancy, but it attracted over 10 million viewers in its first week and has already sparked some controversy. Last week xQc, a fan favourite from Dallas Fuel, was suspended by ...

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Review: Destiny 2 (PS4)

We don't usually review the latest and greatest games, but Destiny 2 is something I've jumped on straight away since its release last week, so I thought I'd fill you in on my thoughts. As the name suggests, it's a sequel of a game (Destiny) that came out about three years ago, and that history is part of what makes Destiny 2 interesting and worth talking about. ...

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3 years of awesome video game parties for kids in Adelaide

Well that went quickly! It seems like only yesterday I was contacting friends and family and telling them I was planning to start a business as Adelaide's first mobile video game arcade, and then getting finance and designing the truck and buying the ute... all of a sudden it's three years later and we are still rolling, and still delivering the 'best party ever!' to ...

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Wanna make games? Jam it!

Global Game Jam is on again in Adelaide for 2017, and Game Truck Australia is super proud to sponsor the event once again. It's held across the whole weekend of the 20th-22nd January at the Academy for Interactive Entetrainment's Adelaide campus. This is such a great event for the local game development community, so we are sponsoring the event as a whole and also ...

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Recreating ‘The Cave': Reliving Childhood

Imagine the excitement of recreating a formative experience from your own childhood for kids from the next generation; that's what I had last night. When I was around 6 or 7, our family would regularly go to the Parafield Gardens Community Club for a meal: we had friends there, but it wasn't all that exciting for us kids (bar the prawn cocktails). That was until ...

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2015: It’s a wrap!

This has been the first full year of operation for Game Truck Australia, and since friends and family always ask after the business I thought I'd give a bit of a summary and some shout outs to those who have helped make it a success this year. Some of you have seen our TV commercial running on Ten, and huge thanks to Luke from Cool Hand Media for putting it togethe...

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New Event! Liverpool FC

In the most exciting news since the Tour Down Under, Game Truck Australia will be involved in the Liverpool FC vs Adelaide United event! Amongst all the Paint the Town Red activities, we will be a part of the 'Football Fan Zone' at Elder park on Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th of July. We'll be joining all of Adelaide's great food trucks from Fork on the ...

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Kids make games, win prizes!

Do you know a kid who loves video games and is handy with a computer? Have you ever considered that they could not only make their own video games, but also win prizes doing so? Well there is a huge opportunity on the horizon for them. Recently the Australian Council for Educational Research announced that registrations have opened for the Australian STEM ...

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