Set in the turbulent years near the end of the Han Dynasty in China (circa 169-280 AD), Kingdom dramatizes the lives of feudal lords and their retainers who tried to either replace the dwindling Han Dynasty, or to restore it. Players choose to play as a warrior, a military advisor or an archer and participate in battles or set out on exciting adventures.
Kingdom is a 3D combination RTS and action game built on Unreal Engine and available on iOS and Android platforms. Kingdom is one of only a handful of games able to leverage the superior graphics produced by Unreal Engine on Android devices.
Kingdom received the “Golden Plume Award” as the “Most Expected Mobile Game in 2013” following its beta tests in the fourth quarter of 2013.
As of September 30, 2014, we have signed deals with two publishers to distribute the game in five countries and regions (China, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau).
MARS is a PC online shooting game which we launched commercially in China in November 2011. MARS had over 14 million aggregate registered users in just the China market as of December 31, 2013. The game’s story-line is as follows:
In the early 21st century, terrorists continued the advancement of their weaponry and eventually mastered the use of weapons of mass destruction. National armies were targeted and greatly weakened by these borderless terrorist organizations. As a result, Private Military Companies, or PMC, began to take over most of the military missions and formed two global military blocs: the League of Nations and UNITA. In 2032, isolated skirmishes between affiliates of League of Nations and UNITA lead to all-out military conflict between the two former allies. Players select from three different types of soldiers and can choose to fight for League of Nations or for UNITA.
- MARS was the first online shooting game to use Unreal Engine 3 technology in China, and it ranked as one of the top 10 PC online games in China as of September 2014, according to the China Game Weight Rank, a comprehensive ranking list based on a number of criteria, of Sina, a leading online media company in China. Unlike the competing first person shooters, or FPSs, MARS offers cover systems and mechs (large combat robot vehicles).
- MARS features diverse game modes such as team death match, capture the flag, player versus environment (PVE), and mech/robot and console-quality graphics. In MARS, players may select a team to join and collaborate with their friends to fight against rivals or complete various missions individually using a variety of weapons.
- We published MARS in China ourselves through one of our structured entities, Zhenyou Network.
- We have also licensed MARS to various overseas distributors, to expand its exposure in the global markets.
- MARS is known in different jurisdiction by different names, including: M.A.R.S., M.A.R.S. Online, Black Fire, Mercenary Online, Zombies, Monsters, Robots, and Hazard Ops.
- As of June 30, 2014, the game was offered in 10 different languages, including: Mandarin (simplified), Mandarin (traditional), English, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, and Turkish.
- In 2013, MARS average 30-day active users of 436,955 and average 30-day active paying users of 29,286.
- MARS has received significant recognition in the market. For example, it was named “China’s Most Popular Online Game in Internet Cafes for 2012” at 2012 China’s Internet Cafe Industry Annual Conference.