2014 had some pretty awesome indie mobile games. Here are 16 of them.
Chinese IT education startup teaches you how to make your own Flappy Bird clone, gets $22M investment
Rather than dry and often theoretical university classes, Jike aims for a more applicable approach with instant gratification.
Are you Swing Copter's lover or loather? Whatever your feelings, check out our Swing Copter-o-meter and discover if you're surrounded by friends or foes.
With the latest game from the creator of Flappy Bird, let's take a closer look at what might come next from the young indie studio out of Vietnam.
Swing Copters is a disappointing follow-up to the hysteria-inducing Flappy Bird.
Those of you disappointed that Flappy Bird Family was an Amazon Fire TV-only exclusive will be happy to hear this. Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has announced a “follow-up” to Flappy Bird called Swi...
Another week, another boatload of Asian mobile games to sink your teeth into! We’ve got a nice mix of puzzles and RPGs this week, and we highly, highly recommend Disney Tsum Tsum. That is all. Have fu...
Post-Flappy Bird, I can’t help but feel that many of today’s mobile game devs are simply trying to find a sweet spot between making players feel proud and pissed off.
Wing Up is another addictive mobile game out of Hanoi, Vietnam. It's taken some inspiration from Flappy Bird but has carved out its own way of mobile gaming.
Escape 1000 km is a game where you must pilot a plane to safety, and it is actually fun, but has the worst timing ever.
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.
Pt. Epin and Kreon Mobile’s joint publication of Flappy Bird knock-off Crash Bird may not be anything to shout about, but the $3,500 worth of prizes they’re handing out to promote it definitely is. St...
Following the success of Flappy Bird and taking into consideration the hotbed of tech and gaming startups it is nursing, we question if Vietnam is about to show its hand to the world.
At the Global Mobile Game Congress in Beijing earlier this week, I was invited to moderate a panel on a subject I admittedly was not an expert in. Luckily, I was joined by an experienced panel who gav...
Some companies just want to play the trademark game. Other people want to make games only. Flappy Bird is caught in the crossfire.