Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence this year, and we have partnered with the Media Development Authority (MDA) to create a SG50-themed level within the game.

singaTo commemorate the nation’s Golden Jubilee in August, five Singaporean game developers came up with mobile games that gave players a chance to learn more about Singapore’s history, culture and iconic personalities in an entertaining way.

The new SG50 level features cameos from some of these games and developers, as well as Singapore Kindness Movement’s courtesy lion mascot – Singa, who is a playable character!

The five SG50 games are KAN-CHEONG! Kopitiam Saga by Mojocat, Rickshaw Rush by Mojo Forest, Building the Lion by Swag Soft, My Singapore City by Ixora Studios, Satay Club by Afzainizam Zahari.

More information about the games can be found at www.sg50games.sg


Mad Catz level with playable character Mark "Markman" Julio
Mad Catz level with playable character Mark “Markman” Julio

The updated version of the game will also be compatible with two Mad Catz controllers – the Micro C.T.R.L.MFi Mobile Gamepad for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod and the C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad for Android, Smart Devices, Fire TV, PC, & M.O.J.O.

We are at Tokyo Game Show this week so if you’re there, swing by the Mad Catzbooth on 17 and 18 September to play the custom Mad Catz level and meet the team! A new playable character is Mark “Markman” Julio, global community manager for the brand. He is known for his love of arcade joysticks and sneakers, so his character attacks by throwing joysticks and sneakers at enemies.

The new levels in the game is be available on Android devices now, and players on iOS can expect to receive the update within the next two weeks. UPDATE YOUR GAME!

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