Mobile - 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.
Are you Swing Copters lover or loather. Whatever your feelings, check out our Swing Copter-o-meter and discover if your surrounded by friends or foes.
We spoke to Mattias Liivak, head of marketing and PR, and Sanjay Sinha, country manager for India at Fortumo, to find out what’s needed for developers to succeed in markets that are adverse to spending.
There are many Line-branded mobile gamers, but there is only one Line Rangers! The tower defense hit from the Line mobile platform topped 20 million downloads today, just as the game turns six months old. It has also been ranked …
From coding in a garage to being one of Asia’s most recognisable indie studios. This is the story of how two men can dominate the world… with zombies.
China’s Ministry of Culture is meeting today to discuss clearer rules for gambling in mobile games.
Play It Interactive, the Canadian mobile content platform that enables feature phone and Android users to take part in cloud-based social gaming, has announced the opening of an Indian head office in Mumbai following the closing of its $1.1 million funding round.
Gungho will set up shop in Singapore next month to focus on Asia and emerging markets. And it has $300 million to spend.
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 …
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.
“We don’t do small experimental games. Only Flappy Bird can do that and get away with it.” An interview with 99gamesAugust 14, 2014 | Rishi Alwani
Rohith Bhat from 99games tells us how the company balances original and licensed IP, what challenges studios like his face, and what it’s up to next.
With the upcoming release of Final Fantasy VII G-bike is it time for Square Enix to have a look at some other much loved mini-games for future release?
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.
When Keiji Inafune didn’t respond to Touchten Games’ offer to port Mighty No. 9 to mobile, it decided to take matters into its own hands with Brilliant Girl.
Inmobi has recently announced a game development fund worth $25 million. Piyush Shah, Inmobi’s VP of products gives us the details.