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- Everybody and their mother loves Hearthstone. Heck, I'm playing my custom mage deck as I type this. But if you think you and your friends are hooked, in China, the game is even bigger.Of course, video game addiction is no joke. This week in China a study surfaced about video game addiction in the country. The most interesting aspect in my opinion? That the collective term in CHina for such gamers seems to be "brain damaged", or so say our friends at Laohu.com.
- Did that headline get your attention? Of course it did. Everybody wants to know how much money everybody else is making. And Chinese game makers, it seems, don't make much.The exact answer to that question is below, but if you really want some perspective, be sure to see what the cost of living in China is too.As always, our thanks go out to the Chinese gaming site Laohu.com for providing this round-up for Gamezebo readers. For daily news out of Beijing and more, be sure to give them a visit.
- Back in October I had a chance to visit King's studio in Stockholm. I was mainly there to check out an upcoming game and absorb the culture, but as is often the case when talking with mobile-minded developers, the conversation eventually moved to Asia: the great white whale of gaming markets. How do you break into it? And how do you get to be #1?This week King answered that question, at least as far as China is concerned - and based on my chats with the team, the move they've made isn't the least bit surprising (and really, it's the one any developer looking for success in the Asian market should consider). But what was it? Read on to find out!As always, thanks to our pals at Laohu.com for providing Gamezebo readers with a roundup of the biggest gaming news to hit China each week.
- When you develop free-to-play games, a lot of your time is spent playing Moby Dick. Your business can live or die by the elusive whale - a gamer who's willing to spend money in your game, and spend big. In China, the story is no different. That's why it's so great to get some insight into what whales in the Chinese market look like, which is something we do this week.Thanks again to Laohu.com, the Beijing-based site that graciously provides a roundup of China's gaming news every week for the Gamezebo audience. To learn more about the Chinese gaming scene, be sure to give Laohu.com a read.
- With GDC only slightly in the rearview mirror (and Lucas Pope's big IGF with for Paper, Please along with it), it's time for the Independent Games Festival to look forward. And by forward, we mean Eastward. Namely, China.Why China? Well, if you take a look at our other news bites from Laohu.com this week, you'll see that some of those companies can put up some huge numbers - even on the stock market. And if the big guys are doing that well, great indie talent can't be far behind.Thanks again to our friends at Laohu.com for providing us with the latest gaming news from the Chinese market. For daily info that does the same, be sure to bookmark Laohu.com.
- After making a big splash earlier this year as Apple's Free Game of the Week, Max Axe's creators have entered into a partnership to bring the game to one of the world's biggest mobile markets: China. Details on that, funding announcements, and what happens when your games violate Chinese regulations below!Thanks as always to our partners at the Beijing-based Laohu.com for sharing this weekly roundup. For a deeper understanding of the Chinese mobile games market, be sure to bookmark Laohu.com.
- With so much business wheeling and dealing, sometimes it's easy to forget that China is a nation enshrouded in communist principles. This week's Chinese gaming news brings a subtle reminder of that - though it certainly brings a fair share of capitalism-loving financial actions too.Thanks to our friends at Beijing-based Laohu.com for sharing this news round-up with our Western readers. If you're looking for Chinese gaming news daily, be sure to give them a look."
- Android might be the #1 mobile platform in China, but Google Play sure isn't the #1 app market. According to our friends at Laohu.com, though, that might be about to change - or at the very least, Google is taking some steps that hint in that direction.This isn't the only interesting tidbit to come out of China this week, either. According to Laohu, their country might just be getting a mobile visit from the Avengers (in a game that sounds an awful lot like Avengers Alliance, but I'll let you be the judge of that).Thanks again to Laohu.com for sharing this weekly Chinese news roundup with the Gamezebo audience. If you're just as intrigued by the Chinese market as we are, be sure to give them a read.