15 Apr Mobile Gaming Roundup CHINA – 04/15/2016
Meizu enters the fight | Chinese Government’s view on VR industry | Desktop VR experience for gamers
Meizu, major consumer electronics production company, announced the establishment of their subsidiary company Mèi Zú Hù Yú in a press conference this Wednesday. Their subsidiary company will focus on making top quality mobile games with major IPs and designed to suit what gamers truly want. One of the highlights of the press conference was the announcement of a mobile game based on the iconic Japanese anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion. With the release date currently set to be in May 2016, this will be the first game to hit the Chinese mobile gaming market under Meizu’s subsidiary company. Meizu also stated that there are a number of mobile games under production with famous IPs such as Candle in the Tomb, God of War, and Dà Shèng Jué Qǐ.
Chinese Government identifies main areas that need development in order to fully take advantage of booming VR industry.
Top Games on April 15, 2016 (iPhone, China)
Top 3 Free iOS apps
- Měi Měi Xiǎo Diàn (Female character customization mobile game)
- Zuò Yāo Jì (Card-based RPG, Ancient Chinese fantasy setting)
- Wǔ Shén Zhào Zǐ Lóng (Card-based RPG, Ancient Chinese fantasy setting based off of hit TV series)
- Xuan-Yuan Sword: Scar of Sky (Heroes Charge style RPG, Settings based off of famous PC game series, Ancient Chinese fantasy)
- Calabash Brothers (Heroes Charge style RPG, Settings based off of a famous Chinese animation series, Ancient Chinese fantasy)
- The Soul (Dynasty Warrior style ARPG, Ancient Chinese fantasy setting)
- We Fly (Raiden style shooter, Control ancient Chinese heroes and sci-fi characters instead of planes)
- Fantasy Westward Journey
- Westward Journey Online