The range of best selling games has a remarkable low number of licensed mobile games.
- Rambo On Fire | In-Fusio
- Miami Vice Mobile | Player X
- Bimmer Street Racing 3D | Falcon Mobile
- Sim Babe | Nostromo
- Manager pro Football 2006 | Ojom
- Absolute Puzzle Deluxe | Global Fun
- Beershooter | HandyGames
- Bubble Gun | Microforum
- Mobile Grand Prix | Microforum
- The Chronicles of Riddick | Plan_b
“While many people have heard the buzz about mobile games, they’re often confused about which games are good or popular,” says Paul Meyers, founder and CEO of Acme Mobile.
“By publishing a list of our most popular Southeast Asian game titles, we hope that more people in Southeast Asia will feel comfortable about buying and playing mobile games.”
“We were quite surprised that the Top Ten List included both branded and un-branded titles, as well as a solid mix of action, sports and puzzle games,” continues Meyers.
“This tells us that Southeast Asia’s mobile game consumers are interested in playing in a variety of game genres.”
“Many of our Top Ten games can be thought of as ‘casual games’ – bought and played not by hard-core gamers, but by people who want a great, fun experience, while they’re killing time – waiting for a taxi, on the bus from school or on the train to work. We think we’ll see more of these casual games being sold over the coming months, as they’re fun, easy to play and easy to buy,” says Meyers.
“Our Amob.com channels are unique, as they stretch across almost all of Southeast Asia,” says Meyers.
“Unlike other ‘Best of…’ lists, our Top Ten List is actually driven by sales in the region, making it much more focused and hopefully more useful to our Southeast Asian customers.”