Category: Game Localization

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Going Global With iOS 11: WWDC 2017 Localization Updates

Are you more Android, less Apple? Keep an eye out for our updates from Google I/O 2017 Developer Conference, coming soon to the blog. Subscribe to our Localization Newsletter and be the first to know...

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[Technical Tutorial] How To Localize Your Android App

Ready to Localize? Today, we’re excited to launch Part 2 of our free Localization Academy tutorials: a technical tutorial on localizing your Android app.  Our Localization Academy tutorials are a roundup of the best tips we’ve learned from helping...

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6 Game Localization Tips from BANDAI NAMCO

BANDAI NAMCO’s Historical Global Growth It’s hard to hear that classic “waka waka” soundtrack and not immediately be taken back. PAC-MAN is the classic arcade game of the 1980s, and we’ve all found ourselves...

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How Mavenfall Got Featured in 100+ App Stores with Localization

Look up the top challenges facing mobile game developers today and you won’t find just a few—you’ll find dozens of major hurdles. Among these challenges, ranging from budget concerns to crafting good story content...

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How Game Translation Caused a Pokémon Protest (And How to Avoid It in the Future)

In Hong Kong this May, around 20 protesters marched to the Consulate-General of Japan to rally against Pikachu’s name change. Yes, you read that right. Pikachu. As in, the Pokémon. The name change of...

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Here’s Why Your Mobile Game Needs a Translation Management System

Game localization is hard… You battle your way to the final screen of Ghostbusters, only to see: “Conglaturation!! Now go and rest our heroes!” Ah, victory? True, it’s been a few years since Ghostbusters, but...

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Everything You Need to Know about Hong Kong and Taiwan’s Mobile Gaming Market

When we say, “best tech markets in East Asia” what do you think? The answer seem obvious, at least if you look at the numbers. China. Japan. Korea. And it’s true: these definitely are...

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What No One Tells You About Vietnam’s Mobile Game Market

Everyone knows about Flappy Bird, the number one iOS app in more than 100 countries. The addictive, animated game is the brainchild of Dong Nguyen, a young Vietnamese developer based in the country’s capital,...

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