Indie games - Games in Asia
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.
Dusty Revenge has some simple DLC for its co-op edition: playable humans, Dusty and Kitsune!
Finger-jousting mobile game Circulets by Hashstash Studios is the third Best Casual Game at the sixth BestAppEver Android awards.
Pyrodactyl Games is what happens when a studio decides to make games for itself rather than chase what’s trending.
In view of Singapore’s upcoming fiftieth birthday as a nation, the Media Development Authority (MDA) of the country has put out a call for celebratory games.
An Asian developer wanting to go head-to-head with the huge sports game franchises of FIFA and NBA 2K could be called ambitious. But what do you call an Asian developer who is already doing that?
Unrest is not your typical game from India. It’s not on mobile and it’s an RPG, a genre most Indians don’t care about. And if this preview is any indication, it’s shaping up rather well.
Boomzap Entertainment’s The Quest is now Super Awesome Quest, and is open for public beta testing!
Zombie Indie House, a student game developer group from India, has created Regalia Alpha, an interesting pixel-art-infused RPG.
‘It’s harder to make an original casual game than to make a hardcore game’: an interview with Yellow Monkey StudiosJuly 2, 2014 | Rishi Alwani | 4 Comments
Yellow Monkey Studios isn’t your average Indian game developer. Most Indian devs are at ease making games about Bollywood and cricket, and are content just with shipping games out.
Are you an indie game dev in Southeast Asia and at a loss when it comes to merchandising your IP? Doctor Q has the answer.
You’ve heard Kurechii Studio’s P’ng Yiwei’s story. Now hear it from Appxplore’s Desmond Lee.
Games in Asia’s Malaysia meetup, done in cooperation with the l337 Accelerator, saw Malaysian game developer veterans P’ng Yiwei of Kurechii Studio and Desmond Lee of Appxplore share their journeys and the lessons they learned from day one.
Supersike Games is what happens when two radio industry veterans decide to make video games.
Are you bored of brown, grey, and brownish greyish game? Are you bored of gaming on a flat plane? Then I’ve got something to show you!