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India, Iran and Malaysia Will Be Represented at Indie Prize Kyiv

October 17, 2017 — by Catherine Quinton

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Indie Prize and Casual Connect are going to be in Kyiv for the first time in 4 years! It is going to be a great event. This article will highlight the independent developers from India, Iran and Malaysia that are coming to compete at the event.

The Indie Prize participant from India is a game that brings a new twist to musical games on mobile platforms to encourage experimentation with creating music.

Game Title: Melody Streaks
Developer: Beeble Games
Platform: iOS
Website: www.melodystreaks.com

Peggy Mallet, the character in the game Melody Streaks, creates music with every move she makes. Each of her turns plays a musical note. The player can tap in harmony with her turns on the track and experience the joy of making musical melodies as Peggy somersaults through the tracks.

Melody Streaks combines one tap game mechanic with musical sheets, allowing anyone to become a musician.

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Indie Prize Finalists from Brazil, Canada, Paraguay and Iran at Casual Connect Asia

April 27, 2017 — by Yuliya Moshkaryova

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Developers from Brazil, Canada, Paraguay and Iran will come and showcase their games at the international Indie Prize showcase during Casual Connect Asia 2017 in Singapore!

Game Title: Lila’s Tale
Developer: Skullfish Studios
Platform: VR mobile
Website: www.skullfishstudios.com
Country: Brazil

Immerse yourself in a fantastic and artistic experience, inside a dungeon crawler, crafted for Virtual Reality. Explore the mysteries lying beneath the dungeon, solve chain reaction puzzles and keep Lila safe to find her lost little brother.

The game was selected to Indie Pitch Arena during GMGC Beijing 2017 and will be released in 2017.

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Hassan Mehdiasl: Bringing Joy to the World | Casual Connect Video

September 19, 2016 — by David Radd

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Iran is an Android market. From inside Iran you can't access Apple store. - Hassan MehdiaslClick To Tweet

Hassan Mehdiasl is the CEO and Founder of Sourena Game Studio. After establishing Sourena in 2008, their first focus was producing PC games but that has shifted to also providing a way for international studios to publish games in the Iranian market. In their Casual Connect Asia 2016 session they explained how exactly can one enter the above mentioned space. 


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