Game developers in Pakistan can now apply for Google’s game accelerator program

Faisal Saeed • April 19, 2019
Facebook will now allow developers to build instant games for Messenger which will also generate a new revenue stream for its chat app.

Facebook to let developers monetize instant games on Messenger

Sajeel Syed • October 20, 2017

This game from Pakistani developers can help you win cash prizes

Shaoor Munir • February 8, 2017

Overtake, a racing game from Pakistani developers

Shaoor Munir • December 11, 2016
Telenor Presents Game Launcher 2019 - Powered by Google Techjuice

Telenor’s 7 month long Game Launcher program ends with grand finale in Singapore

TechJuice • January 7, 2020

Top 10 video games of 2019 in Pakistan

Muhammad Usman • July 25, 2019

Google unveils its innovative game streaming service, Stadia along with a controller

Sajeel Syed • March 20, 2019

Unity Technologies develops a game specifically for testing Artificial Intelligence

Muneeb Ahmad • January 29, 2019

First AA VR game made in Pakistan to be released in February on Steam

Rohaan Manzoor • January 28, 2019

Anthem’s Demo is different from the game, says Bioware

Muhammad Usman • January 28, 2019

Epic Games launches refund policy for its game store

Muhammad Usman • January 15, 2019

Epic and Improbable create $25 million fund, want developers to move away from Unity

Adeel Aslam • January 14, 2019

Epic Games earned over $3 billion in 2018 thanks to Fortnite

Rohaan Manzoor • December 29, 2018

Epic Games have announced their own PC games store

Shaheryar Ehsan • December 10, 2018

Is Facebook preparing to take over game streaming rivals?

Abdul Wahab • October 15, 2018

Google Indie Games accelerator is accepting applications from Pakistan

Ammara Saleem • June 30, 2018

Google’s new app uses fun games to teach JavaScript

Asra Rizwan • April 23, 2018

Pakistan’s first Game Summit ‘Gamebird’ hosted by Telenor

Press Release • April 20, 2018

Google now lets you play Android games before downloading them

Sajeel Syed • March 20, 2018
An anti-Pakistan game developed around 1971 incident is getting viral in Bangladesh. The application, supported by the government of Bangladesh, is surprisingly very popular among the millennials and has raked over 4 million downloads.

Anti-Pakistan game popular among millenials in Bangladesh

Muneeb Ahmad • February 10, 2018

Over 60 apps & games showing porn ads removed from Google Play Store

Sajeel Syed • January 13, 2018

Steam offers special discount for Pakistani gamers

Uzair Khalid • October 11, 2017