Business - Games in Asia
Asiasoft wants to bring Qihoo’s 360 software suite to users. But is it really to its benefit?
Fortumo has announced a new developer program to help developers monetize. Here are the details.
Black Desert’s final closed beta attracted a massive number of signups during the limited window it was available. This game is going to be big.
While the top 10 was full of familiar faces, Level 5 has set the pace for Japanese summer sales, with Nintendo, Bandai Namco and co. gaining ground.
Are you an independent developer in Asia? You might want to check out GLEN, a game engine from Malaysia’s Pickled Brains.
Korea’s newest TV drama is based on, and set in, the country’s video game industry.
The sudden and apparently serious interest in Mojang by Microsoft leaves us wondering what the company intends to make with Minecraft.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
Sales numbers for this generation of consoles have us wondering if Japanese people even own televisions anymore.
Fatfish Internet Group Limited acquires a 70 percent stake in Malaysian Mobfish Hunter, Sporos, and Lightopus developer, Appxplore.
No PC? No problem. There are lots of tools to start making games on Mac and Linux too, as well as one for the iPad.
Animoca, Hong Kong developer of RPG series Star Girl, has sold 70 percent of its interests to the publicly-listed Crosby Capital Limited.
Here are the most popular PC games in China as of September, 2014.
The United Nations is looking for Indian developers to make video games. Surprised? Read more to find out.
Making games isn’t just for programmers anymore. These Windows programs can help make your game idea a reality.