Posts By MaryAnne Lee - Games in Asia
The GiA review of Boomzap Entertainment’s Super Awesome Quest is cut short by super awesome difficulty.
Myanmar has an active game development scene, and here’s what you need to know about it.
The sports giant Li-Ning has signed a five year sponsorship deal with Mediasoft for its Jump Smash badminton game series.
Garena’s first English language game, House of Heroes, is pretty cool. But it makes use of Warcraft III Dota heroes.
Asiasoft has announced the follow-up to its wildly popular AuditionSEA: the MMOG World in Audition, for Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines.
Bandai Namco Games now has a Kuala Lumpur office, which will help with regional sales, marketing, and distribution operations.
Expect to receive more data on the SEA games market soon; market research firm Newzoo is opening an office in Shanghai.
The regional publisher makes another mobile gaffe.
CEO and founder of Touchten Games, Anton Soeharyo, has 7 tips for you to survive the app store.
Dr. Serkan Toto gave a presentation on trends in mobile gaming in Asia at the Astro #GOInnovate conference in Cyberjaya, Kuala Lumpur, last weekend.
Aftershock PC launches its seventh laptop model, the S-15 slim gaming system.
Gamevil combines Dragonvale with Clash of Clans in its latest game announced for Android and iOS, Mark of the Dragon.
Line will work with Cyberagent and Gree to create RPGs and “authentic” core games for its platform.
A Bloomberg report indicates that the Chinese Playstation 4 launch will take place this December.
All you need to know about what’s happening at Astro’s #GOInnovate conference on October 10 to 12, 2014.