Are you an independent developer in Asia? You might want to check out GLEN, a game engine from Malaysia’s Pickled Brains.
The deal sees Fatfish buy a 70 percent stake in AppXplore for a sum of MYR 700,000 (US$220,080).
Coupled with the recent security breach at M1, corporations and governmental organizations aren't being very reassuring when it comes to guarding our digital lives.
This is a huge recurring problem for business travelers in particular, and Flexiroam wants to solve it.
Already, the company has achieved a measure of success in both Southeast Asia and India, where most of their clients come from.
But is ‘hassle-free romance’ really romance at all?
Fatfish Internet Group Limited acquires a 70 percent stake in Malaysian Mobfish Hunter, Sporos, and Lightopus developer, Appxplore.
Smilegate SEA CEO Justin Park reveals plans to relaunch Gambooz as a Steam-style service and unite the fragmented SEA market.
They each brought their respective expansion stories and experiences to the table.
The team hopes that each of these people “will forever be remembered in this virtual memorial devoted to them.”
Interested in the mobile game development? Then you’ll want to mark October’s #GOInnovate event in Cyberjaya, Malaysia on your calendar.
Velocibox’s creator Shawn Beck talks about braving indie game development as an individual.
The formula for an endless runner is simple enough: a character runs through a corridor littered with obstacles in an attempt to grab items.
$50,000 at stake as Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore fight to enter the Dragon Nest World Championship
Cherry Credits, publisher of the hit MMORPG Dragon Nest has announced that it will be holding Southeast Asian qualifiers for the Dragon Nest World Championship that is happening this December in Bali,...
Qualifying Malaysian individuals and companies can submit entries for several grant awards and other perks.
Here's a quick guide to the past exits that have happened in the region.
Rather than an outsourced development shop, Chok Ooi describes Agility as a startup product development company that partners and works with their clients closely.
Here are the local players' hopes and dreams are for Malaysia’s startup ecosystem in the coming year.