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Every Australian And New Zealand-Made Game Released In 2024

Find out what Aussie and New Zealand developers are releasing in 2024

Here we are once again, the beginning of a new year brimming with potential and excitement, and like the years passed, 2024 promises to be another great year for Australian and New Zealand-made video games. As is tradition, we’ll be doing our best to catalogue every single Australian and New Zealand-made video game released in 2024, so you can find them all in one location.

This list is for new releases, ports or games entering 1.0. Moreover, your game doesn’t have to be released on major storefronts such as Steam – it can be a game that is available on or any other platform. Like last year it will be updated over the year as more games get release dates. Unfortunately, we will miss some games (apologies in advance), so if we’ve missed your game or you want to reach out about adding your game to this list, please email Alrighty, cut yourself a slice of pav and crank some Crowded House, let’s check out the Australian and New Zealand-made games releasing in 2024.

If you released a game last year that isn’t included in our games that Australian and New Zealand-based studios released in 2023 article hit me up by emailing and I’ll make sure it’s added.


Dream of the Star Haven (PC – Early Access) – January 25
Orchid of Redemption (Adelaide, South Australia)

Phantom Abyss (PC) – January 26
Team WIBY (Brisbane, Queensland)


Detective Ridelle (PC) – February 5
PuzzLab (Sydney, New South Wales)

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Diets & Deities (PC) – February 21
Larrikin Interactive (Darwin, Northern Territory)

Solium Infernum (PC) – February 23
League of Geeks (Melbourne, Victoria)


Bears in Space (PC) – March 22
Broadside Games (Brisbane, Queensland)

LoveSick Darlings (PC) – March 27
Dimitri Odysseus (Melbourne, Victoria)




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TBA 2024+

A Halloween Valentine (Switch/PC)
Things For Humans (Melbourne, Victoria)

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Abiotic Factor
Deep Field Games (Otago, New Zealand)

Acid Knife (PC/Mac)
Powerhoof (Melbourne, Victoria)

Adaptory (PC/Mac)
Stormcloak Games (Wellington, New Zealand)

Ailuri (Switch/PC)
Vivink Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Anvilheart (PC)
Towerpoint Games (Adelaide, South Australia)

Arco (PC)
Max Cahill, Franek Nowotniak, José Ramón García, Antonio Uribe (Melbourne, Victoria)

Ascending Inferno (PC)
Oppolyon Studio (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory)

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Beyond These Stars (PC)
Balancing Monkey Games (New Zealand)

Beyond the Veil (PC/iOS)
Sun’s Shadows Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Big Walk (PC)
House House (Melbourne, Victoria)

Bits & Bops (PC)
Tempo Lab Games (Sydney, Australia)

Blackheart (PC)
Hyporeal (Dunedin, New Zealand)

Blob Person (PC)
Inverted Games (South Australia)

Blood and Mead (PC)
Lost Relic Games (Sydney, New South Wales)

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Blueberry (Switch/PC/Mac)
Mellow Games (Brisbane, Queensland)

Box Knight (PC)
We Made A Thing Studios (Adelaide, South Australia)

Brews & Bastards (PC – Early Access)
Mune Studio (Dunedin, New Zealand)

Broken Roads (Xbox Series X|S/Xbox One/PC)
Drop Bear Bytes (Torquay, Victoria)

Call of the Golden Valley (PC)
O’Saurus Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Capes (PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X|S/Xbox One/Switch/PC)
Spitfire Interactive (Melbourne, Victoria)

Completely Stretchy (PC)
Dan Ferguson (Melbourne, Victoria)

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Conscript (PC)
Catchweight Studio (Melbourne, Victoria)

Copycat (PC)
Spoonful of Wonder (Sydney, New South Wales)

Crash Course Builder (PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X|S/Xbox One/PC)
Wombat Brawler (Brisbane, Queensland / Melbourne, Victoria)

Cryptmaster (PC)
Paul Hart, Lee Williams, Akupara Games (New Zealand)

Cyber Paradise (PC)
DDmeow Games (Melbourne, Victoria)

Dagger Run: Aerocombatic Racing (PC)
Stardaze Interactive (Melbourne, Victoria)

darkwebSTREAMER (PC)
We Have Always Lived In The Forest (Adelaide, South Australia)

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Dead Static Drive (Xbox One/PC)
Reuben Games (Melbourne, Victoria)

Denari (PC)
Astronuat Diaries Limited (New Zealand)

Doggy Don’t Care (PC)
Rohan Nowell (Sydney, New South Wales)

Draculesti (PC)
Fine Feathered Fiends (Melbourne, Victoria)

The Drifter (PC)
Powerhoof (Melbourne, Victoria)

DROS (PS5/Xbox Series X|S/Switch)
emergeWorlds (Brisbane, Queensland)

Dryft City Kyngs (PC)
Nonsense Machine (Melbourne, Victoria)

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The Dungeon Experience (PC)
Jacob JanerkaSimon Boxer, Bone Assembly (Melbourne, Victoria)

Falling Frontier (PC)
Stutter Fox Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Feed the Deep (PC)
Luke Muscat (Brisbane, Queensland)

Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn (PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X|S/Xbox One/PC)
A44 Games (Wellington, New Zealand)

Footy Bash (PC/Consoles)
Danger Thumbs (Melbourne, Victoria)

FrankenStorm TD (PC)
Doodad Games (Sydney, New South Wales)

Frogreign (PC)
ArkanPixel Games (Brisbane, Queensland)

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Future Folklore
Guck (Melbourne, Victoria)

Go-Go Town (PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X|S/Xbox One/Switch/PC)
Prideful Sloth (Brisbane, Queensland)

Ghost Cam (PC/VR)
Arch Rebels (Perth, Western Australia)

Incolatus (PC)
Funny Fintan Softworks (Fremantle, Western Australia)

Instinction (PC)
Hashbane Interactive (New Zealand)

Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days (PC)
PikPok (Wellington, New Zealand)

Janet DeMornay Is A Slumlord (and a witch) (PC)
Fuzzy Ghost (Sydney, New South Wales)

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Kadomon: Hyper Auto Battlers (PC)
Dino Rocket (Adelaide, South Australia)

Kinder World (iOS/Android)
Lumi Interactive (Melbourne, Australia)

The Last Exterminator (PC)
Ironworks Games (Melbourne, Victoria)

Legacies (PC)
Salty Dog Studios (Perth, Western Australia) / Daisy Ale Soundworks (Kalgoorlie, Western Australia)

Letters To Arralla (PC)
Little Pink Clouds (Melbourne, Victoria / Tasmania)

The Lifetime (PC)
Orchid of Redemption (Adelaide, South Australia)

Lighthaze World (PC)
Radiobush (Launceston, Tasmania)

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Lightsmith (PC)
A Few Dragons (South Australia)

Little Ruin (PC/Mac/Linux)
Lucernal (Melbourne, Victoria)

Macabre (PC)
Weforge Studio (Sydney, New South Wales)

Many Worlds (PC/VR)
Many Worlds Limited (New Zealand)

Matchmaker: Dungeon Heart (PC)
Ghost Moth (Melbourne, Victoria)

Memory’s Reach (PC)
100 Stones Interactive (Melbourne, Victoria)

Misc. A Tiny Tale (Switch/PC)
Tinyware Games (Perth, Western Australia) 

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Miska (PC)
Umbrella Party (Melbourne, Victoria)

MMORPG Tycoon 2 (PC)
VectorStorm (Melbourne, Victoria)

Monch! (PC)
Tyrannodog (Adelaide, South Australia)

Moon Corp. Tower Defense (PC)
Kite Shield Interactive (Canberra, ACT)

Mystiques (PC)
Lemonade Games (Sydney, New South Wales)

Nanomon Virtual Pet (PC)
Oscar Brittain (Melbourne, Victoria)

Neko Cafésume (Switch/PC)
Adam HarteAlly MeowSparky & Chris Breezey (Palmerston, New Zealand)

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Noodle Samurai (PC)
Planet Pumpkin (Adelaide, South Australia)

The Ocean Will Have Us All (PC)
Moloch Media (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory)

Old Friends Dog Game
Runaway Play (Dunedin, New Zealand)

Out of Sight (PC)
Mainframe Games (New Zealand)

PlanetSmith (PC)
Incandescent Games (Auckland, New Zealand)

The Plucky Squire (PS5/Xbox Series X|S/Switch/PC)
All Possible Futures (Queensland)

Poppy Toast (PC – Early Access)
oToastTv (Newcastle, New South Wales)

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Power Sink (PC)
Winterwire Games (Perth, Western Australia)

Primordials Legends: Hollow Hero (PC)
Toybox Games Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Punchimals (PC)
Two Lives Left (Adelaide, South Australia)

Ribbet (PC)
Lil’ Elephant Studios (Brisbane, Queensland)

Rose and Locket (PC)
Whistling Wizard (New Zealand)

The Sacred Acorn (PC)
A Few Dragons (South Australia)

Samurai Unicorn (PC)
Jordan Turner & Eric Freeman (Wollongong, New South Wales)

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Servonauts (Switch/PC)
MAXART Games (Brisbane, Queensland)

Shyfters (PC)
Wicked Art (New Zealand)

Sinthetic (PC)
Sinthetic Project

Spelly Cat (PC)
Brkn Fixie Games (Melbourne, Victoria)

Spies & Soldiers (PC)
Ghostbat Games (Melbourne, Victoria)

Spiritwell (PC)
David Chen (Australia)

Sprocket Rocket Rumble (PC)
Space Crab Labs (Wellington, New Zealand)

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Sumorbit (PC)
Tournameta (Brisbane, Queensland)

Surf Club (PC)
Olivia Haines (Melbourne, Victoria)

Ten Thousand Coins: The Golden Merchant (PC)
Thousand Tonic (Auckland, New Zealand)

Tinker and Spell (PC)
Golden Age Studios (Adelaide, South Australia)

TopplePOP: Bungee Blockbusters (PC)
AkirmA (Sydney, New South Wales)

Toroa (PC)
Atawhai Interactive (Ōtepoti, New Zealand)

Totem Teller (Xbox One)
Grinning Pickle (Melbourne, Victoria)

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Trash (PC)
Bin Chicken Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Untamed Isles (PC – Early Access)
Phat Loot Studios (New Zealand)

Up to Par (PC)
It’s Anecdotal (Christchurch, New Zealand)

Verbal Void (PC)
EnderLost Studio (Brisbane, Queensland)

Vincent the Vampire (PC)
Intuit by Design (Adelaide, South Australia)

Wasteland Tactics (PC)
Catalyst Games (Adelaide, South Australia)

Way to the Woods (PS4/Xbox One/Switch/PC)
Anthony Tan (Melbourne, Victoria)

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Whacky Golf (PC)
Cameron Darragh (Brisbane, Queensland)

Which Way Up: Space Olympics (PC)
Turtle Flip Studio (Sydney, Australia)

Winter Ember (Switch)
Sky Machine Games (Sydney, New South Wales)

Wood & Weather (PC)
Paper House (Melbourne, Victoria)

Your Holy & Virtuous Heretic (PC)
i will bite raw coffee beans (Sydney, New South Wales)

On Ice

Jumplight Odyssey (PC)
League of Geeks (Melbourne, Victoria)

Lucen (PC)
Kristian Kebbe (Melbourne, Australia)

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This Starry Void (PC/Mac/Linux)
Chironex Studios (Melbourne, Victoria)

Written By Zach Jackson

Despite a childhood playing survival horrors, point and clicks and beat ’em ups, these days Zach tries to convince people that Homefront: The Revolution is a good game while pining for a sequel to The Order: 1886 and a live-action Treasure Planet film. Carlton, Burnley FC & SJ Sharks fan. Get around him on Twitter @tightinthejorts


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