Mobile - Games in Asia
A Korean developer wants to revive Minesweeper with all the bells and whistles of modern games.
The GiA review of Boomzap Entertainment’s Super Awesome Quest is cut short by super awesome difficulty.
Garena’s first English language game, House of Heroes, is pretty cool. But it makes use of Warcraft III Dota heroes.
The Korean company becomes the latest in a line of companies expanding Southeast Asian reach.
Capcom has launched a site dedicated to a new “Spirit Fighting Puzzle Game” in the Street Fighter series. Here’s what we gathered.
Developed by a small team in Jakarta, this mobile puzzle game definitely scratches a certain itch. Read on, you analytical genius, you.
The regional publisher makes another mobile gaffe.
CEO and founder of Touchten Games, Anton Soeharyo, has 7 tips for you to survive the app store.
Dr. Serkan Toto gave a presentation on trends in mobile gaming in Asia at the Astro #GOInnovate conference in Cyberjaya, Kuala Lumpur, last weekend.
Gamevil combines Dragonvale with Clash of Clans in its latest game announced for Android and iOS, Mark of the Dragon.
All you need to know about what’s happening at Astro’s #GOInnovate conference on October 10 to 12, 2014.
Created by a solo Korean developer, Buff Knight wants to be a runner for RPG fans.
Boomzap Entertainment is taking a step back from hidden object puzzle adventures, starts developing free-to-play games for mobile.
Gamevil, riding high on the success of its last two mobile ARPGs, releases yet another in Titan Warrior.
The first original game from DeNA’s Singapore office is called Popcorn Party, and it’s pretty cute!
Here’s something that’s old, but gold—sentai.