Indie games - Games in Asia
We spoke to Lucid Labs’ Chirag Chopra to find out how the studio managed to turn a mere student game jam entry into a world-class mobile game.
DreadOut is now playable on a lot more kinds of machines, includes an additional costume, and costs 20% less on Steam. What more do you want?
Flappy Bird is a household name for gamers all over the world. It really put the Vietnamese games community on the map with its huge success. And that had led to many people asking questions like: “where is Flappy Bird …
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.
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.
One challenge. Fifteen participants. Three survivors. And one that almost made the cut.
Philippine smart phone company Cherry Mobile has introduced the Cherry Mobile Pinoy Appshop to give Philippine mobile app and game developers a less-competitive platform on which to sell their games.
It’s almost time for this year’s Summer Comiket and the hype has made its way to Steam via the Japanese Indie Festival sale.
Pick up some of Japan’s finest indie games this week thanks to the Humble Bundle charity sale!
Dynetzzle Extended is $1, making it an impulse purchase. Which is perhaps the only instinct-driven activity you’ll do when it comes to this game.
How can entrepreneurs (you) grow an indie game studio? How can we reduce entrepreneurs’ failure rate in the gaming startup sector? Can an indie game accelerator help? Can we learn something from a fast-growing indie studio which has at least tasted success?
Casual Connect USA, and by extension, Indie Prize USA, are affairs dominated by the West. So it’s always nice to see Asia stick her nose in, and snatch an award or two from the majority.
Very few games have you grinning like an idiot throughout your entire playthrough, and Lovely Planet is one such rare game.
While Just Dance may be all the rage, it seems that Ubisoft has competition in the form of Dance Party for Apple TV. Created by India-based Rolocule Games, it negates the need of a console to get your groove on …
Unrest does little but does it well. In fact, a lot better than big-budget heavy hitters from big name developers. Read on to know why.
Lovely Planet isn’t your average first-person shooter. It’s fast-paced, has next to no cover to crouch behind, and looks oh-so-cute. Also, it finally has a release date.