Cape Town based outfit, Team Lazerbeam have finally released their Half game, Half album hybrid to Steam. Teenage Blob is a colourful art-punk adventure that sees the South African studio team up with The Superweaks and with publishing support from the developers of SuperHot!
Cours Didier is set to be the latest project from Masseka Game Studio. Fronted by Central African native, Teddy Kossoko. Revealed via social media post, the project would feature talents from Africa and the West.
A team of Guinean developers have ventured onto Kickstarter to try and crowdfund their first game – African Heroes. The three person outfit led by Serge Abraham Thadee developed the game as a commentary on Guineas resistance to colonisation and to elevate the many positive heroes from the continent.
Electronic Sports North Africa (ESNA) have created a new social gaming platform with the primary aim of bringing together gamers of Morocco together. Currently in beta, ESNA claims to be the first 100% Moroccan tool […]
Nathan Damtew is the visionary founder of BeBlocky a gamified learning app created to teach young kids computer programming in a fun and intuitive way. In a personal op-ed he muses on the value of representation in the gaming space.
South Africa’s annual game jam is set to go the virtual route as a result of a virus that will remain unnamed. The event which has slowly established itself as a stable of the local […]
After a short delay hyper casual mobile title – Gebeta has finally received an online multiplayer feature. Developed by Qene Technologies, the mode marks a significant milestone for the Ethiopian studio and its publisher Carry1st.
Emerge Gaming Limited, the operator of online eSports and casual gaming competition and tournament platform technology, has signed an agreement with Mobile Telephone Networks Proprietary Limited (MTN) to distribute, market and operate Emerge’s platform technology under the brand “MTN Arena”, in South Africa.
Following 500 submissions from 32 countries across the African continent, Digital Lab Africa celebrating its fourth edition has announced Robert Mensah from Nigeria and Tristan Mocke from South Africa winners in the video game category.
Ghanaian developer, Dynasto Afedo has seen his mobile racing game, RWC Racing Vol. 1 turbo charge to the top of the charts.