A new iPhone game created by two Australians and downloaded by more than 7.1 million people so far has wasted approximately 566 years of players' time while earning its creators a seven-figure income.
A look back at the greatest video games released this year, from epic space adventures to abstract indie puzzle games and beyond.
2014 was an interesting year on the business side of video gaming. Here is our list of the companies that are riding high, and the ones hoping to do better next year.
Ralph Baer never reached the levels of public recognition of Bill Gates or Steve Jobs but, as the inventor of home video games, his contribution to technology and entertainment are arguably on the same scale.
Remake hits all the bases with some smart updates for players at all levels, but some glaring legacy issues remain.
There are still many who refuse to consider the worth of games alongside film and TV as entertainment for adults, argues Tim Biggs.
Target Australia has pulled R-rated video game Grand Theft Auto V from its shelves and says it will no longer sell it following feedback from customers about the game's depictions of violence against women.
Two developers from Halfbrick - the company that started Fruit Ninja - have started their operation and launched a new game of their own.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is an incredibly well-made and fun game.
A refinement rather than a revolution, improvements to the 3D effect may be worth the upgrade.
CHRISTMAS light displays are popping up all over the valley.
PREPARE for some adrenalin pumping events at Wingham Showground in January 2015, when the Wingham Summertime Rodeo comes ...
During 2014 we have published thousands of photos on our website - but which galleries were the most ...
A look back the Wingham Summertime Rodeo over the years.
WINGHAM Branch Red Cross is grieving at the loss of one of our members, Lorraine Simpson, whose passing will cause ...
FOR the first time, the entire NSW Police Force Highway Patrol Fleet will feature high-visibility markings throughout its annual Christmas ...
JUST one catch changed Hayden Essery's perception of cricket.