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    Five Mobile Games from Asia You’ll Love

     

    Mobile games are exploding worldwide, as more and more gamers get hooked on playing the growing number of games available mobile device. The ease of distribution also means that more indie developers and more developers from around the world are sharing their games globally.  It should come as no surprise, however, that Asia tops the list when it comes to producing some of the most addictive games on these platforms. Think Flappy Bird: a game the creator had to pull due to its insatiable popularity. Asia has been wooing gamers with superior game design, great graphics, and more since the birth of console games. Here are five games from Asian developers you’re going to get hooked on:

     

    Link : https://itunes.apple.com/app/id694609161 Brave Frontier is from Gumi, Inc., one of the top developers for Japan’s GREE social gaming network.  They’ve successfully colonized the US with fans thanks to the whimsical style and great game design of Brave Frontier. You don’t have to be a GREE gamer to appreciate this iOS and Android-ready, free-to-play RPG.  This fantasy game takes place in Grand Gaia, a magically enhanced world of fire, thunder, earth, water, darkness, and light, where gamers play as Summoners, mages with the power to bend the elements to their will. Brave Frontier can be downloaded for free from iTunes for iOS devices and from Google Play for Android devices.

     

    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id536474741 Fantasica built up hype for their Collectable Card Game (CCG) /tower defense hybrid by advertising their allegiance with one of the bigger names in Asian video game art direction: Hideo Minaba, the art director behind Final Fantasy.  Players collect beautifully illustrated virtual cards to defend this magical world from the forces of evil.  There are quests and adventures aplenty, as well as ranked events to participate in.  This F2P game is available for both Android (download from the Google Play Store) and iOS (download from the iTunes App Store).

     

    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id515877714 Legend of the Cryptids is an addictive collectible card game for Android and iOS from the development team at Applibot, a Japan-based application development company.  Players create a creature army from over three hundred available creatures, each more fantastical than the last.  As they level their cryptids, their creatures evolve into new forms, along with gorgeous, exciting new illustrations and new abilities.

     

    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id799240117 Titan: Olympus War is a card battler, this time with an empire building strategy twist. Players find themselves thrown into a war of mythological proportions—complete with the gods, goddesses, heroes, and philosophers of ancient Greece.  To expand their empire, players build sacred cities, each defended by a different patron deity or hero.  They can control up to ten cities and 190 territories—but only if they can defend their borders! Individual players can band together in order to take on weekly raiding events, and they can also battle one another to earn daily PvP rewards.  It’s an epic battle between legendary forces, and only the strongest will survive!

     

    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id480950048 Dark Summoner grants its players the power to collect and summon hundreds of powerful, bloodthirsty, and awe-inspiring monsters from the darkest corners of existence.  This collectible monster battler is a hit with those who prefer games with a darker motif.  It’s available only on iOS at this time, and can be downloaded (free of charge) from the iTunes App Store.

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