zGames has an exceptional skillset in design and the full-cycle development of user-centric iOS games for iPhone and iPad with a special emphasis on smooth UI interaction.
We build native Android gaming applications with advanced performance that deliver a seamless user experience to gamers of this most ubiquitous mobile platform.
zGames offers hands-on expertise in creating platform-independent mobile games on the Unity3D platform that boom on both smartphones, tablets, and next-generation consoles and devices such as OUYA, Leap Motion, NVIDIA’s Shield, and GameStick.
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With over 5 years of development experience and a dozen titles in our mobile game portfolio — proprietary and on-demand — our enthusiasm for creating more compelling, more technologically advanced games shows no signs of abating.
What’s more, the success of our released products and the customer satisfaction we’ve witnessed encourages us to go the extra mile in exploring new opportunities, technological know-how, and promising gaming trends.
Whatever gaming genre or technology platform you’re targeting, leveraging zGames team’s solid engineering skills, subject-matter mobile expertise, and genuine passion for quests could be your best bet.
Play a game based on one of the scenes in Jeff Wayne's award-winning Musical Version of The War of The Worlds!
The Red Weed features music, sounds and video cut scenes from the original musical.
Created in homage of HG Wells’ novel “The War of the Worlds”, the game combines a variety of genres – from puzzle to action to strategy to arcade.
In this fun, match-three accelerometer based game, play with matches in more ways than one! Match sets of three or more shapes and burn them, and use the matchsticks in the game to give you more time and multiply your score.
See Martians and Martian Fighting Machines using your iPhone or iPad!
It is a hilarious physics puzzle game featuring funny nerdy male-characters trying to win hearts of the “hottest girls in town”. With scenes taking place on land and underwater, the game makes extensive use of realistic physics with gravity, elasticity and fragility.
Geoffrey the Giraffe introduces children to the alphabet with the use of animation, catchy songs, and live action animal videos from the National Geographic Film Library.
He's green. He's friendly. His eyes are bursting with personality. He's....a block! Meet a team of friendly sketches as they work together to bring color back to the drawings they called home.
For everyone who liked the cutest video on YouTube “I don't like you Mommy!” — meet Justin in his official app!
Justin is an adorable child who likes you when you give him cookies.
“Charlie bit my finger” is the most popular Viral video of all time and Charlie and his brother Harry have become internet legends as a result!