Yesterday, July 2, saw the opening of the second round of the video gaming event Level Up, by a press conference and with presence of Hassan Karimi Qodusi, CEO of Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation with members of Fan Afzar studio.
Linn, a game by Fanoos, which was submitted into the Casual Connect 2018 in London, succeeded in winning the top award of AppLovin that is given out to independent games.
In the opening speech of the TGC 2018, the director of the National Computer Games Foundation described three strategies of the Foundation to help the Iranian games to be successful in the domestic and international markets.
Geogrify's CEO and former director of International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has advised Iranian game developers to embrace their abilities and rich culture rather than focusing on limitations and hindrances.
The Landscape Report 2018 is an abstract of national survey results that have conducted by DIREC at the beginning of 2018.
11 Bit Studios, a world-renown Polish developer and publisher, will publish Iranian game, Children of Morta for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
The Minister of Communications said: “30 percent of the revenues coming from app development in Iran, goes to game developers”.
Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation will participate in Turkey’s video game exhibit called GIST. This exhibit will be held from 1 to 4 February at Istanbul.
The closing ceremony for the first conference of Research on Digital Games was held on 3 Azar at Iran University of Science and Technology.
Fan Afzaar, developer of games like Garshasp and Shadow Blade, unveiled its own online shopping platform for Iranian and foreign PC games, on the domain of Hayoola.com.
The new data shows that video games as a pastime are very common among Iranian students and nearly half of Iranian students play games often.
After the eye-catching success of Iranian games at the IMGA MENA, now there are two Iranian games shining in the selected list of the jury for the Ludicious international festival of Switzerland.
The first ever conference of research on digital games in the Iran University of Science and Technology came to a finish on Friday 24 November with announcements of the best articles.
The second annual IMGA MENA was held with many representatives of Iran competing in the main categories as candidates for most awards. In the end, Iranian games really shone and received many of the awards they were nominated for.
IMGA’s closing ceremony will be held soon, albeit with some controversy that hovered around the Iranian participants!
The final ceremony of the third annual Iranian Video Game League was held at the Milad Tower on 23 Shahrivar (12 September) among an audience of avid video game fans.
The record breaking number of sign-ups for the Iranian Video Game League, will make it the biggest Iranian game tournament of all time.
41148 is one of the best Iranian adventure games in the recent years that has been welcomed by users both in Iran and abroad