Mobile - Games in Asia
This is the cutest dog game you’re going to see in 2015
Square Enix’s DiveIn service is bringing FF7 and 13 to your smart phone through streaming. But despite smooth performance, we have some reservations.
How much can you really know about yourself if you’ve never been in a fight to earn money, to pay your ever-growing debts
We raved about Cross Summoner on the first day of TGS 2014. Now we’ve got the gameplay video to make you want to beg Gree to publish it in English.
Pokelabo’s 16-bit action-RPG Cross Summoner has been published by Gree, and is literally going places.
Fortumo has announced a new developer program to help developers monetize. Here are the details.
Launching in Vietnam last April under the name Chien Binh CS, it’s been five great months for this very first TPS game from Vietnam. In preparations for expansion into a larger market after some success in Vietnam, JOY Entertainment decided to give Chien Binh CS an international makeover. That is how Captain Strike’s was born, and the game is now publishing its alpha test for both Android and iOS.
Kittentaxi, the running shooter from Korea’s The Wonder People Co, just about wins the internet.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
The best of Asia’s mobile games for the week of September 5 to September 12, 2014.
This 3-person project by India’s Ogre Head Studios might be the country’s most ambitious game yet. Here’s why.
Fatfish Internet Group Limited acquires a 70 percent stake in Malaysian Mobfish Hunter, Sporos, and Lightopus developer, Appxplore.
Animoca, Hong Kong developer of RPG series Star Girl, has sold 70 percent of its interests to the publicly-listed Crosby Capital Limited.
Smilegate SEA CEO Justin Park reveals companies plans to relaunch Gambooz as a Steam-style service and unite the fragmented SEA market.
This is how SUTD gives back to the industry: with the Game Innovation Programme.
Just how big is mobile gaming in Japan? Big enough that when it comes to earning money, mobile games are eclipsing every other kind of app.