GP launches two games developed locally

Staff Correspondent | Published: 21:45, May 09,2018

 
 

Grameenphone deputy chief executive officer and chief marketing officer Yasir Azman is seen with others at the launching programme of GP’s two mobile games — Battle Rage and Sketch Journey — in Dhaka on Wednesday. The new mobile games are available now on Google Play Store. — New Age photo

Grameenphone on Wednesday launched two new mobile games—‘Battle Rage’ and ‘Sketch Journey’—for the customers with intent to consolidate the digital ecosystem further, a press release of Grameenphone said on the day.
The two new mobile games, available on Google Play Store, were developed at the API Hub platform that allows developers to launch or monetize their games.
Grameenphone is assisting in the development of the country’s gaming industry, as a part of its efforts to create a nationwide digital ecosystem.
The growing ecosystem not only encourages local gamers and developers to innovate their own gaming platforms but will also enables them to raise themselves to compete in the global gaming arena.
At the launching ceremony, GP deputy chief executive officer and chief marketing officer Yasir Azman, said, ‘Bangladesh has always had hidden talent in every sector and it is due time to present them in front of the whole world.’
‘These two games are only a glimpse of what lies ahead and Grameenphone is committed to supporting these talent and their efforts all the way,’ he said.
‘Battle Rage’ promises a raw gaming experience for all. Gamers can team up or play this adrenaline rush filled shooting game, pitting themselves against friends and anonymous gamers, in either LAN or online multiplayer mode.
On the other hand, “Sketch Journey” is about showcasing talent. Gamers can simultaneously sketch to collect coins while racing to the goal.

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