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Celebrate Canada Day with these excellent Canadian made games!

Nothing screams "I love Canada" more than playing some great Canadian made games! For all the stereotypes Canadians endure, there is one at least one that rings true: Canadians make great games. We have plenty of great indie and non-indie game studios in the Great White North that work on some brilliant, fun, and entertaining games for all platforms — including iOS! Here are some of our
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