Four Melbourne-made games reached the top of the iTunes download chart in Australia and the US last weekend.

Mobile game Shooty Skies, which follows on from the success of the globally popular local game Crossy Road, launched on Friday and shot to number one on the Australian charts and number two in the USA.

Shooty Skies is the first release from the newly established game development studio Mighty Games, a collaboration between Crossy Road creators Andy Sum and Matt Hall in partnership with local industry veterans Matt Ditton (founder of independent studio Many Monkeys) and Ben Britten (formerly of Tin Man Games).

Mighty Games was founded in The Arcade, a collaborative working space for the games industry located in Melbourne's Southbank and supported by Creative Victoria.

Video: Shooty Skies

Street racing mobile game Need For Speed: No Limits was at the top spot in the USA, developed by Firemonkeys the local creative minds behind globally successful games Flight Control, Real Racing and The Sims Freeplay.

Also representing Victoria on the top ten of the national and international charts was driving game Torque Burnout from Fitzroy-based producers League of Monkeys and skateboarding game True Skate by Melbourne-based company True Axis.

Read more at the Creative Victoria website.