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Review: Rocket League (Xbox One)

Not unlike Trials Fusion, Rocket League is a bit of a sleeper hit in the Game Truck. It seemed to come out of nowhere, and despite its huge popularity it has the feel of of an indie hit that has got the right recognition. It is very popular with boys at about 10-11 years of age: at this age they are starting to grow out of Minecraft a bit and are looking for the next ...

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Review: Trials Fusion (Xbox One)

Trials Fusion is the standout sleeper hit of the Game Truck. We originally acquired copies of it to get some sort of cycling-related game for the Tour Down Under last year but it has been way more popular and successful than we ever imagined. It's a really great opportunity to use the Game Truck to introduce players to a game they have often never heard of, especi...

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FAQ: Ages in the Game Truck

Question: What age ranges do you cater for in a Game Truck party? Answer: Well the simple answer is 6-16+, but it's more complicated than that. There is really no upper limit since adults of any age can play and have a great time in the Game Truck. I've had anything from a 16th birthday party of about 12 to a bunch of 35-year olds playing their favourite retro ...

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Introducing a new Game Trucker

Hi fellow Game Truckers! My name is Simon Mawson, and I have recently been given an amazing opportunity, but before I get too excited let me tell you a little about myself. To sum me up in a sentence I’m a gamer by heart, chef by trade, student by choice. My gaming career started in the 90s: I was five and the Super Nintendo was in everyone’s living ...

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Invitations for your party!

We try to make Game Truck events as easy as possible to organise and run, and part of this is simplifying the process of inviting your guests. I get lots of questions about how this works so I thought I'd explain it all in detail here. The most popular option is to use our customisable template, as below: The process to use this template is relatively ...

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Ask a Gamer 2: What is ‘griefing’?

The number one rule at Game Truck Australia parties is 'No Griefing', and while the kids reluctantly nod, parents often ask, 'what's griefing'? Great question, and one I'm happy to answer. The Minecraft Wiki defines griefing as: Griefing is the act of irritating and angering people in video games through the use of destruction, construction, or social engineerin...

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A month of Game Trucking in Adelaide

Captain's log, star date 10.8.14. Well, it's been about a month since I picked up the Game Truck van in all its glory, and it's been a lot of fun. After an initial in-house party with the Durwards, being able to deliver the same experience from within the van is really exciting, and I feel absolutely honoured every time I am invited to help celebrate a gaming ...

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Success! Adelaide’s first video game party complete

In the best news since September, I can happily report that we recently delivered the first Game Truck Australia party last Saturday. It was the 8th birthday party of Wilby Durward, son of Corey and Katherine, and it went really well. Corey was the very first person to book a party via the Indiegogo (crowdfunding) campaign, which means they got the first Game Truck ...

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