Android - Games in Asia
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The best Asian mobile games from July 18 to 25. If we missed yours out, submit it for the next round!
Yes, you read right. While Hearthstone is all the rage for most of you, things here in India are a little different.
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.
Google I/O 2014 had a lot on display, including protesters raging against the megacorp Brin and Page built. Some of them were actually gaming related. Razer announced a new micro-console, Google decided to get its act together by making Google …
At first glance, Catcher in the Sky is generic. The art style appears cookie-cutter, the gameplay mechanics seem tame, and it seems like there’s nothing remarkable about it at all.
That is of course, until you actually get to play it.
These are Games in Asia’s picks of the week spanning May 30 to June 6.
Asiasoft published a really bad game called Minox SEA. This is what I think of it.
Mintsphere has returned with an even cooler spiritual sequel to Trigger Knight titled Trigger Princess.
Regardless of your stance on drugs, Go Kane is a rough diamond of a game that needs more polish if it’s going to shine.
Weiwei Geng spoke in detail at Casual Connect about how mobile game developers can create long-lasting mobile franchises.
I got a preview of Run Run Super V at Casual Connect Asia 2014, and it’s shaping up to be a pretty fun looking tribute to the Super Sentai series.
If chickens tried to escape a farm, this is probably how they’d look like.
Happy Labs from Singapore proves that the running game is tough to reinvent with its new, just-right endless runner, Football Rush 2014.