Mobile - Games in Asia
Seiken Densetsu: Rise of Mana will take you on an adventure like no other. This is a masterpiece that you will not want to miss.
Flying Bird Deluxe has taken the place of Flappy Bird, at least in China and Singapore, but does it have a dark, disturbing secret?
Wozlla is based in Beijing, but its debut game Cake & Cake just went live in Australia. Why the change of venue? We sat down with them to find out.
After our reveal last week of Singapore-based Boomzap Entertainment’s upcoming title, The Quest, I had the opportunity to talk to technical director, Allan Simonsen, and designer, Jay Gavarra, about the game’s origins, its development and how the game’s battle system—its main selling point—came to be.
iOS-exclusive Chain of Souls, Konami’s newest card battle RPG, has just been announced for Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, among other countries.
Tencent’s mobile gaming platform is pretty new, but that hasn’t stopped it from taking China by storm.
Shinigami Messiah may look and sound great, but it unfortunately has so little gameplay that one might even wonder if it even classifies as a game.
If you think Attack on Titan games are all about using the three-dimensional maneuver gear (3DMG), think again.
GungHo’s two biggest mobile games, Puzzle and Dragons and Princess Punt Sweets, are teaming up for one big event.
If you’ve been playing Autumn Dynasty Warlords, you’re going to be pleased to know that developer Touch Dimensions is planning to release a free expansion pack for the game sometime in the next two months.
Mobile games rarely appeal to those of us who grew up wasting hours upon hours of our early lives on console and PC games. A traditional hardcore gamer wants something completely different than what most mobile games offer. Where Candy Crush has …
The latest installment of Square Enix‘s Seiken Densetsu series —Seiken Densetsu Rise of Mana — is coming to Android and iOS devices later this year.
Mobage recently put out Monster Grand Prix – Multiplayer Run, a competitive running game with a card collection/gacha element for the iOS.
Caveboy Escape, Malaysia-based Appxplore’s newest puzzle game, is charmingly addictive.
Singapore’s Touch Dimensions made a mark in the mobile strategy genre with Autumn Dynasty. Today, the company has finally released a sequel, Autumn Dynasty Warlords, that’s available on iOS for $6.99. In this age of free-to-play mobile games, is a $7 game really worth the price?