Posts By MaryAnne Lee - Games in Asia
Play It Interactive, the Canadian mobile content platform that enables feature phone and Android users to take part in cloud-based social gaming, has announced the opening of an Indian head office in Mumbai following the closing of its $1.1 million funding round.
Gungho will set up shop in Singapore next month to focus on Asia and emerging markets. And it has $300 million to spend.
Baba-san is down to his final video for Southeast Asian fans, and he wants it to go out with a bang.
This Kickstarter campaign for a thriller PC game from Singapore is headed by Bioware and Deus Ex developers. Wow.
Swing Copters is a disappointing follow-up to the hysteria-inducing Flappy Bird.
Pokemon fans from Greater China have started a petition following the conclusion of the 2014 Pokemon World Championships, asking the series’ developers to add localized support for the game.
Those of you disappointed that Flappy Bird Family was an Amazon Fire TV-only exclusive will be happy to hear this. Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has announced a “follow-up” to Flappy Bird called Swing Copters.
This Tokyo Game Show, Japan’s BES Co. Ltd will be showcasing three different products designed for the hardcore gamer waiting the winter out in his or her apartment. Do you think you’ll pick any of them up?
In this video, Baba-san takes viewers on a tour of the Tales of shop in Akihabara’s Kotobukiya store—a rare treat for us Southeast Asia fans stuck in our own cities!
Wake up, Microsoft fans in Singapore, because your time has come! The Xbox One will launch in the city-state nearly a year after the competing Playstation 4 landed on its shores, and it looks like Microsoft is trying to make up for that lapse.
When Keiji Inafune didn’t respond to Touchten Games’ offer to port Mighty No. 9 to mobile, it decided to take matters into its own hands with Brilliant Girl.
You know when the Forsaken Masters patch is hitting international Path of Exile servers, but what about Asia’s dates?
MMORPG Age of Kungfu will be entering its open beta test this August 25 at 3:00 P.M. (GMT +8). Publisher Cubizone has also announced that there will be no server wipe when the game transitions into open beta.
There are now over 100 million registered players in the Wargaming.net universe, following the brand’s expansion into console and mobile spaces.