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‘Paradigm’ developer Jacob Janerka (left), with ‘Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock’ creators Paul Turbett and Anthony Sweet from Blacklab Games. Photo: Attila Casszar

Games wins show WA potential

Western Australian game developers received a major shot in the arm last month, with two locally made games awarded at Melbourne International Games Week.

Blacklab Games’ ‘Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock’ and Jacob Janerka’s ‘Paradigm’ were among the top 13 games chosen from a shortlist of 34 from around Australia as winners of the 2017 Game Development Awards.

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