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SEA Dota 2 fans be sure to mark your calendars, as the Asian Cyber Games (ACG) presents the ACG SEA Invitational: Best of the Best.
A few weeks ago, the registration for the Mineski Pro Gaming League (MPGL) SEA Grand Finals was officially opened to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, and the ‘Rest-of-SEA’ (Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, East Timor, and Brunei).
A comment from Dong’s rep to Chinese gaming site QQ Games seems to confirm that the Flappy Bird creator isn’t done creating.
South East Asian League of Legends fans will soon get a taste of the second week of matches for this year’s Garena Premier League (GPL). Four teams from the GPL’s Group A and B will go head to head as SEA League of Legends teams vie for the finals seat in the Spring season on February 19, 2014.
Riot has added a bunch of Asian languages to its game client; could the company be planning to compete with its own partners in East and Southeast Asia?
If you want to play Flappy Bird, you’d better download it now, because tomorrow it’s going to fly away for good.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of Flappy Bird. It’s the number one app in the iOS App Store in over 100 countries. The game comes from a developer based in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi. That’s right. One Vietnamese guy has …
The mobile game Flappy Bird, developed by Vietnam’s .GEARS studio, has gone absolutely viral. You might find that quite surprising—we certainly did in our review of the game—or you might be too busy playing Flappy Bird to be surprised by …
In Flappy Bird players have to fly a stone-faced bird through as many Super Mario-esque green tubes as possible before they crash and die.
The screenshots for this game gave me a good idea of what it was going to be about. And true to its name Game for Two really is a game for two — using one device.
Fantasy Defense 2 review: A reminder that Plants vs. Zombies isn’t the only awesome game of its genreOctober 4, 2013 | Xairylle | 3 Comments
Genre-mashing is a good thing when done right and a horrible mess when done wrong. That’s what I had in mind the first few moments that I was playing this game.
On Wednesday, Vietnam’s Steam Studio (no connection to Valve) launched Racing Tank, a mobile kart racing game for iOS and Android. The game is free (it’s supported by in-app purchases) so I took it for a spin to see whether it’s a worthwhile diversion or just another kart-racing catastrophe.
After Chaos Online, Asiasoft now aims to bring another MOBA game to six Southeast Asian countries. S2 Games’ Strife will be coming to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines after making its successful debut at PAX Prime in Seattle this August.
IAHGames partners with Daylight Studios to launch a mobile RPG for iOS — Conquest Age.
Here’s a pretty comprehensive report on all the latest stats and trends on the mobile market in Vietnam. Appota gives us a in depth look at what’s going on and what to expect.
Casual gamers, aspiring pro players, budding casters, fans and supporters come together in these Asia-Pacific DOTA 2 communities.