Mobile - Games in Asia
More than just a $15m gaming fund, Inflexion Point Capital wants to help game studios focus on being creativeJuly 28, 2014 | Daniel Tay | 3 Comments
If your game studio gets chosen by IPC, expect to receive a lot of attention from them in all aspects of the business; de Giorgio and his team want to get down and dirty from the get-go.
The best Asian mobile games from July 18 to 25. If we missed yours out, submit it for the next round!
While Just Dance may be all the rage, it seems that Ubisoft has competition in the form of Dance Party for Apple TV. Created by India-based Rolocule Games, it negates the need of a console to get your groove on …
On July 18, Kris Antoni, CEO of Toge Productions, an independent game development studio based in Indonesia, announced on Twitter that his studio’s latest game had been stolen, copied, and published to both the iOS App Store and Google Play.
Blizzard totally exceeded our expectations with Curse of Naxxarmas! It is extremely hard, but also insanely fun!
Southeast Asia’s game market is set to go down the same path of growth as China’s, according to iAppPay’s CEO, Qiu Yuekun.
Finger-jousting mobile game Circulets by Hashstash Studios is the third Best Casual Game at the sixth BestAppEver Android awards.
Ubisoft’s upcoming mobile hit, Just Dance Now, doesn’t just play off its powerful Just Dance franchise; it’s also got the secret sauce that Asian gamers will love.
Another week of Asia’s best mobile games. Which one do you think you’ll be playing this weekend?
Another week, another boatload of Asian mobile games to sink your teeth into! We’ve got a nice mix of puzzles and RPGs this week, and we highly, highly recommend Disney Tsum Tsum. That is all. Have fun, folks!
I recently downloaded Line’s latest game Disney Tsum Tsum, mainly because I wanted to know what the hell a tsum is.
Yes, you read right. While Hearthstone is all the rage for most of you, things here in India are a little different.
The kings of kung fu are coming off Mount Song to take a shot at getting a game onto your mobile phone.
Mobile devices have been crying out for a decent MOBA and at last, it has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Fates Forever.
Google and NASSCOM team up to help Indian game developers raise funds with Clanup.
We’re back with a whole slew of games for you to play this weekend. Check out some of the best Asian mobile games from June 27 to July 4!
While traipsing around Google Play this morning I discovered that the Indian Air Force (IAF) has a video game called Guardians of the Skies and it’s not good.