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When you combine an angry anthromorphic bunny exacting his revenge on the goons who killed his lady love with technically-superb beat-em-up gameplay, you’ve got one hell of a game on your hands.
Songtang Animation Technology’s manager Mr. Wu discusses the trials ,tribulations and the future for a games developers in China.
Party Animals is a misleading name for a game about politics. This part-political-satire and part-strategy game developed by a team of Philippine game developers has you working to win the presidential elections by using different methods.
Mobile games rarely appeal to those of us who grew up wasting hours upon hours of our early lives on console and PC games. A traditional hardcore gamer wants something completely different than what most mobile games offer. Where Candy Crush has …
Harold Ramis passed away earlier this week. He left behind, among many other thngs, a huge legacy as Egon Spengler of the Ghostbusters. (FYI, Ramis also co-wrote the script for the Ghostbusters live-action films.)
Zeenoh Games is a Philippine indie studio that develops games for iOS, Android, and web browser platforms. Just like any other game development company, it had to start somewhere. More often than not, companies are built on dreams, and Zeenoh Games is no different. Well, maybe it’s a little different: it literally came from a dream.
The Singapore Indie Games Art Exhibition (SIGAX), the first of its kind, opens today in the basement of the National Library’s central building.
Single and available, attached and absolutely happy, or just forever alone, we’ve got some cool games and themed bonuses for you to treat yourself to this Valentine’s Day.
The results for the best made-in-Singapore game as voted by readers of Singapore’s national tech supplement Digital Life are in. Hit mobile game Brave Frontier has taken first place, while Daylight Studios’ Conquest Age and Nubee’s Monster Blade came in second and third place respectively.
Malaysia-based Spacepup Entertainment recently showcased a demo of its upcoming horror game Tell No One at the Comic Fiesta in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The first-person horror game is a
Broken Age, the Kickstarted adventure game from the folks at Double Fine, is now available worldwide on Steam. The game, which costs $24.99 (that price includes the second half of the game, which will be released later this year), is …
Infectonator: Survivors from Indonesia’s Toge Productions has been Greenlit less than a week after making it onto the Steam Greenlight platform.
Project Phoenix is the first Japan-based Kickstarter ever, and boy is it one hell of a project. It started raising funds last year for a squad-based real-time strategy game produced by
EndGods, a “next-gen Tower Defense mobile game with MOBA PVP elements” from Singapore-based developer SparkJumpers is going to give you a chance to win a brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, just by playing its pre-release tournament for Android.
This post is the third in our Early Access Experiments series, which will look at a bunch of Steam early access games before pitting them head-to-head and asking whether these games are good for consumers, and whether this is a monetization model that should be adopted by more Asian developers.