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Flappy Bird is a household name for gamers all over the world. It really put the Vietnamese games community on the map with its huge success. And that had led to many people asking questions like: “where is Flappy Bird …
Swing Copters is a disappointing follow-up to the hysteria-inducing Flappy Bird.
Gaming in Vietnam has been thought to have a negative impact on local youth. The local government has passed tons of bills to limit people from playing video games, especially online games. One of the more recent ones passed prohibits children …
Asia’s first region-wide FIFA Online 3 tournament has been announced! Sponsored by FIFA Online 3 developer Spearhead, the three-day long invitational will take place from August 28 to 30, in Seoul, South Korea.
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.
Hearthstone players from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam, you have been summoned.
Rapture Gaming Network is teaming up with MSI and games e-commerce website G2A.com for the MSI Beat It RGN League, which will offer a total prize pool of $113,500 for both games.
Asiasoft’s Robin “Sagacious” Ng explains why eSports are in and mobile will not overtaking PC gaming in Southeast Asia at Casual Connect Asia 2014.
Save the world one instance at a time when the Phantasy Star Online 2 English service launches later this month!
Games in Asia Ho Chi Minh meetup recap: nuggets of wisdom from Glassegg’s Phil Tran and Divmob’s Luyen Ngo (VIDEO)May 14, 2014 | Mary-Anne Lee
Games in Asia’s Ho Chi Minh City meetup featured Phil Tran from Glassegg and Luyen Ngo from Divmob. Here are their experiences on video!
The running game just got an overhaul in NHN Entertainment Singapore’s newest Southeast Asia exclusive, Puzzle Run.
The Ho Chi Minh City World of Tanks club organized a community gathering for Vietnamese World of Tanks players over the weekend, and the response was incredible.
I remember well the frustration of Flappy Bird. And now it seems like that feeling has once again found its way into my heart via the Vietnam-developed mobile game Jump & Jump.
Wargaming Asia’s two-year anniversary celebrations kick off this weekend in Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia, with a Vietnamese community-organized gathering to happen the weekend after.
Developers who have founded startups and ventured into independent game development may find this dilemma familiar: when starting up, should you go with third-party game development, or dive into first-party?