Experience an out-of-this-world gaming adventure with “I Need Space,” the new game from Indonesian studio Khayalan Arts. Explore a mysterious alien planet and uncover the ultimate cause of a celestial pandemic in this physics-based, space exploration game. With stunning graphics and an immersive storyline, you won’t want to miss the demo in early 2023 before the game’s release on PC and consoles.
Experience the ultimate test of morality in Malaysian developer Nerdook Productions’ latest game, Rogue AI Simulator. Take on the role of a mad scientist managing human test subjects in a top-secret facility and choose to be a benevolent scientist or a ruthless dictator. Available now on Steam.
What games can we expect from the Southeast Asian metropolis of Singapore in 2020? In addition to many new titles from aspiring solo developers and studios, we also note continuity and progress, because some developers have been routinely publishing high-quality games for years. With gamescom asia, Singapore is finally getting a games convention of international format – the perfect stage for game developers from Singapore and all of Southeast Asia. You can read which games we think are particularly noteworthy now.
The year 2020 has already started so it is about time to look at the upcoming game releases. And what a year it will be for fans of the Indonesian gaming scene! Indonesia has by far announced the longest list of games for 2020. In recent years, it has been shown that Indonesia can produce quantity as well as quality. Will this trend continue in the new year?
CryoFall is a 2D survival game by AtomicTorch Studio (Singapore) out on Early Access, where you and a few dozen other humans crash land into an alien world and attempt to rebuild civilization. The scope of this game is honestly quite impressive coming from the perspective of someone new to survival games. The Tech Tree alone goes from building simple campfires to rolling through the alien world in full on power armor toting sci-fi weaponry, and the game apparently boasts the ability to be able to form entire cities with a working currency. The latter part, I, unfortunately, have not yet seen, mostly due to the small number of players in the servers who all who haven’t exactly made efforts to be friendly.