Top 10 Games Made in Asia
Ever since its introduction, mobile gaming has gained an immense population in the Asian markets. The 2020 COVID pandemic made these games even more popular, as a large number of people tried an extensive range of video games and Android & iOS games. With the growing demand for mobile games, Asian game developers have come up with many exciting titles that can keep you busy 24 hours.
People can easily spend hours playing their favorite mobile games. With the increasing demand for mobile gaming, we’ve also seen a growing number of mobile app developers in Japan, South Korea, and China.
So, are you planning to build a career in the mobile app development industry? Well, you are in the right place. Join the best game design schools and enroll in the latest game programming courses to learn the basics of UI/UX design and coding. In the meantime, we are going to walk you through the top 10 games made in Asia. Let’s take a look:
- Honor of Kings
Developed by a Chinese mobile app development company, Tencent Games subsidiary Timi Studios, Honor of Kings is inspired by the League of Legends. It is a multiplayer online battle title and is available to play on iOS and Android. One of the highest-grossing and most downloaded game apps in the Chinese market, users have spent over $240 million on the game so far. The game got so popular that the company launched its international version that goes by the title “Arena of Valor”, featuring the same UX/UI design and the in-game features. The rules are pretty simple. You get a character with unique abilities. You are supposed to eliminate the non-player characters from the arena.
2/ Ludo King
Indian mobile app developers have taken the famous Ludo board game to the next level by launching its digital version. The pandemic made it even more popular as people used Ludo King to stay connected to their families and friends. It’s a multiplayer board game that can be played by 2 and 4 players. With more than 500 million downloads, Ludo King is the Indian’s favorite pastime. It is available on Android, iOS, and Windows. From its extensive set of features to the intuitive design, Ludo King is one of the best games to play online.
3/ Pixel People
Are you looking for a game that will keep you engrossed on your screens for hours? Well, Pixel People is a title every gaming enthusiast should try. Launched by Lambdamu Games, an award-winning game development agency in Singapore, Pixel People puts players in a world where they are in charge of adding residents and building the town. Grow the population in the town and enjoy building new structures. With so many pixel folks and plenty of jobs, Pixel People is one of the most entertaining iOS games made in Singapore.
4/ Monster Blade
Another Singaporean game that will keep you hooked to your mobile screens is the Monster Hunter — Infinity Blade. 70% of the game was made in Singapore while the rest of the development was completed in Tokyo and Taiwanese offices. The game takes you to a world ruled by monsters and dragons. As a player, you are supposed to hunt these creatures and protect the fantasy world with your shooting and hunting skills. The game is available on both iOS and Android devices.
5/ PUBG Mobile
Launched by LightSpeed and Quantum Studio, PUBG mobile game was launched in the iOS and Android markets in 2018. In 2022, the app accumulated more than 1 billion downloads, making it one of the highest-grossing mobile games of the year. You are thrown into the island where you have to stay in the circle, which gets shorter and shorter. You must be the last one standing in the battle to win the round. You can play alone or in a team.
6 / Zig Zag Boom
When it comes to mobile apps, game developers in Malaysia have also launched quite a few exciting titles that are downloaded by millions of people in the world. Nexx Studio is one such popular game development studio in the country. They launched Zig Zag Boom, a game consisting of a ball and zig zag path that you have to cross with the ball without hitting the walls. Players have to go as far as they can.
7/ Real Cricket 2.0
Indians love cricket. The craze has specially reached a new level since the IPL started. Real Cricket offers you a platform to play cricket. With millions of downloads, Real Cricket 2.0 has become India’s favorite pastime and one of the popular Asian mobile games to try.
8 / Anipop
Happy Elements never disappoints. Among many Chinese game apps they have launched so far is Anipop — a relaxing and entertaining game app full of surprises. It has eight modes and a lot of interesting elements that will keep you hooked to your mobiles. With more than 400 levels and different characters, you will definitely enjoy this one. Plus, if you are looking for inspiration to start your career in the game design industry, this game is worth a shot. It has excellent graphics and perfect UI design.
9/ Peacekeeper Elite
This is another Chinese game on this list. Peacekeeper Elite is a Chinese version of PUBG. As soon as China banned PUBG, Tencent Games came up with this battleground title. It has features strikingly similar to those in PUBG — from logo to graphics.
10 / The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands
Despite being a paid game, The Bonfire has attracted the attention of a large Indian audience, and it’s not hard to see why. The game has features similar to those in Minecraft. You are supposed to collect resources, build buildings, and plan survival from monster attacks at night. You are in charge of building your homes and selecting farmers and soldiers.
These were the top 10 games made in Asia. Check out the graphics, UI/UX, and other features to see how the developers have designed these complex games. These are definitely inspiring for people looking to build their career in the game development industry.
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