In 1976 former Atari employee Steve Jobs approached his former boss with a proposal that could have made Bushnell a multi-billionaire, but Bushnell declined.
Tim Biggs Australia's video game developers are welcoming the federal government's participation in a new program that could bring our classification system further into line with the rest of the world.
Tim Biggs Mario, Zelda, Pokemon, Donkey Kong and more will soon becoming to a smartphone near you, with Japanese gaming giant Nintendo announcing it will finally
Tim Biggs There are games that tell amazing, affecting stories in only the space of a few hours, but this is not one of them.
Ying Xiang Tan Despite the less than stellar track record, Hollywood studios appear undaunted in their attempts to mine the multi-billion dollar video game industry for their next lucrative franchise.
Tim Biggs The political change, rapid advancement and public rejection of conservative ideals in late 19th century London are themes that speak to the world today.
Tim Biggs Much darker than any other Zelda adventure, but also much more human, Majora's Mask has now been remade for Nintendo 3DS.
Tim Biggs Fancy being chased by zombies? Now's your chance.
Hannah Francis A record 25 per cent women participants turned out for the Melbourne event of the Global Game Jam.
James "DexX" Dominguez Many great games were released last year, but some did not live up to the hype. Here are our top 10 most disappointing games of last year.
PATRONS at Taree McDonald's will be the first in regional Australia to experience the overhauled dining experience called ...
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Take a look at some images from today and the past that have been added this week.
Harmony Day at Taree TAFE
Throwback Thursday: Time For Kids 2011 to 2014
Koalas in Care at Taree had a visit today from Times journalist Laura Polson and photographer Carl Muxlow.
Mural project at Taree PCYC