Mobile - Games in Asia
Pt. Epin and Kreon Mobile’s joint publication of Flappy Bird knock-off Crash Bird may not be anything to shout about, but the $3,500 worth of prizes they’re handing out to promote it definitely is.
Starting April 20, the top three …
Jump the snake, jump the snake, jump the snake…crap. If you wish Flappy Bird had more rabbit-eating snakes, you should check this game out.
Cute chibi characters and awesome over the top combat. What’s not to love in Knights N Squires?
Football fever is catching on fast in the gaming world, with Konami announcing via press release a new mobile gaming app from its Pro Evolution Soccer series, PES Manager.
If you ever were on the hunt for an adorable, in-depth, and superbly good first-person shooter on mobile, then you’ve lucked out with Taiwan’s Gun Strike 2.
Even now, I don’t fully understand what’s going on in this game, and I’m not sure I want to.
Tencent is bringing an official Chinese version of Candy Crush Saga to the Middle Kingdom this summer.
A short history summary in the promotional materials of a Japanese mobile game is offending Chinese gamers, who feel it distorts historical fact.
Today, Tencent will host its annual gaming press conference. What should we expect to hear about? A lot of new games and game content!
In Greek mythology, Icarus was an impetuous youth who helped his father build wings out of wax and feathers. These wings were meant to help them escape an island they were confined on. Icarus’s father warned him not to fly …
This is what it looks like when you splice an airplane shoot ‘em up like 1942 with a free-running game like Temple Run, and it is one sexy looking mutant.
Before you point an accusing finger at this game and say that it’s a Candy Crush rip off, let me stop you right there: it isn’t.
Are you a fan of fairy tales? If you like classic stories filled with classic characters, then Fable Age might be for you.
Magnificent Million Arthur is the world’s first English version of Square Enix’s Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur card battle RPG, and boy, is it a big one.
I remember a time, not so long ago, when people were apprehensive of spending $1 on their smartphone apps. Today you have games like Puzzle and Dragons, Brave Frontier, Clash of Clans and more bankrupting our youth and their parents …