Singapore's Games Solution Centre has been around for a while, almost four years now. We take a look at where it has succeeded and failed.
Why do some developers choose to go solo in an age where studio startups are aplenty?
Sweet Summer World Challenge is the second game from Blue Boat and Sweet Summer, and it’s as adorable as you imagined.
Modbot is a Singapore hardware-modding and painting startup in Singapore. Would you guess its founder got into this because of competitive gaming?
The famous Lurking game from Singapore has a spiritual successor, and it has a demo and a new title. Check Stifled out at GDC Play.
Catsblock Vestival is a match-3 puzzle game for the PS Vita that also lets you find and rear little square-shaped cats.
Happy Pet Story is Animal Crossing meets Pet Society and it’s awesome! Also it has tons of clothes and furniture.
Gamevil just detailed its plans for 2015, and they are very ambitious.
EA studio Firemonkeys has developed the first ever culturalized Chinese New Year update for the game.
Boomzap’s latest game under its Boomzap Fight Club sub-brand is Monster Roller, an RPG that uses a slot machine for combat.
EverPuzzle: Blocks, a puzzle game from South Korea, is a very basic game. But it’s gotten a few things right about mobile games.
It’s tough to create original games when the market is so saturated. So why not innovate on something that’s already been done? These three studios show you how...
Unwynd is a puzzle game from India’s Dropout Games, and is a reimagining of the classic tic-tac-toe.
Singapore’s Booster Pack studio developed the first Avatar game in years, and we got a first look at it. It’s called Avatar: Warrior’s Journey.
Korean sandbox MMORPG recently announced its upcoming availability in English. Here’s why OddOne Games decided to do it, and how it started developing in the fi...
Pinata is a game developer studio from Singapore that has been flying under the radar, but it’s ready to break out. This is its story.
Sweet Summer and Blue Boat from Thailand are a stationery maker and game developer respectively. Why have they joined forced to create a mobile game?
DeNA released an operations report for October to December 2014 which details its gaming plans for 2015.
Heatpot Games made an incredibly difficult mobile RPG. But Hero Emblems was never really developed as a mobile game.
Team Signal’s co-founders met in university in the US, but they chose to come back to Taiwan to start their studio. This is why.
Taipei Game Show 2015 had some really fun casual games. Here are some you should be looking out for.
Min Tsai wanted to be able to spend more time with his son as he grew up. So he decided to make a game for the both of them to play. Enter Monster Medic.
Taipei has some hidden indie gems, and we scoured Taipei Game Show 2015 to bring them to you. Check out some of the show’s best games!
Witching Hour Studios has finally revealed more of its RPG slated for a 2016 launch: Masquerada.
Games developed and published in Singapore will be safe from the broad Remote Gambling Act passed last year.
Happy Labs has launched its second mini-game, Happy Pet Spot, in promotion of its upcoming Happy Pet Story.
Adways launches its popular Yoyaku Top 10 app pre-registration platform in Southeast Asia, starting with Thailand.
How Happy Labs grew from a husband-and-wife team to the casual game heavyweight it is today.
Animoca Brands lists on ASX and now seeks funds to continue development and publishing of games in 2015.
Ubisoft Singapore was heavily involved in the production of Assassin’s Creed Rogue, but the project didn’t fall into its lap overnight.