Android - Games in Asia
This is the cutest dog game you’re going to see in 2015
Indonesia’s Altermyth starts the Nampol game platform, but isn’t giving up on game development!
Singapore-based developer Springloaded is trying to bring its music-centered hiragana teaching game from mobile to more platforms.
The sudden and apparently serious interest in Mojang by Microsoft leaves us wondering what the company intends to make with Minecraft.
Are you a frequent flier? These best travel games will help those hours fly by, and deserve a spot in any gamer’s backpack.
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.
Singaporean startup Moomee wants to reinvent social gaming on mobile devices, but does the new company have what it takes to go against Line and Wechat?
We tell you why you should check out VG Games’ Gravity Flipper, a charming take on games like Flappy Bird.
Few developers have had as much success in Asia’s games industry as Bari Silvestre, but how did one Filipino factory worker achieve worldwide indie fame?
The best of Asia’s mobile games for the week of August 29 to September 5, 2014.
For a feature as helpful and possibly innovative as mobile billing, it’s surprising that not enough people seem to know of it yet.
We spoke to Mattias Liivak, head of marketing and PR, and Sanjay Sinha, country manager for India at Fortumo, to find out what’s needed for developers to succeed in markets that are adverse to spending.
Play It Interactive, the Canadian mobile content platform that enables feature phone and Android users to take part in cloud-based social gaming, has announced the opening of an Indian head office in Mumbai following the closing of its $1.1 million funding round.
Ouya struggled in the West but is now looking to China, with new partner Xiaomi. Might the cheaper console emulate the success of the affordable smartphone?