<img class="size-large wp-image-116823" alt="Year on Local Games" src="http://www.duniaku.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/IndonesianGameStudio1-640x480.jpg" width="640" height="480" /><p class="wp-caption-text">Indonesian Game Studios dalam Tokyo Game Show 2013 lalu</p><p>2013 has passed. There are so many interesting events both on national and international scale that involve Indonesian game developers. To them, those events must be really valuable to introduce their game to Indonesian gamers and prove that they are on par with foreign-made games in term of quality.Additionally, their involvement in those events also proves to the world that Indonesias game industry is rapidly growing in recent years and worth anticipating.</p><p>Other than those events, 2013 sees so many Indonesian game developers released their game. These games are targeting different platforms such as mobile, web, and PC. Continuing our tradition, we present you the summary of those events, activities, game releases from Indonesian game developers and other interesting news from them in 2013 through this Year on Local Games article. Happy reading!</p><p style="text-align: center;"><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-33869" alt="Year on Local Games" src="http://www.duniaku.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/duniaku-infect-1-600x397.jpg" width="600" height="397" /></p><p style="text-align: center;">January</p><p>January was started by the good news from Toge Productions HQ. One of their games, <em>Infectonator 2</em>, was named as Best Game of 2012 by Armor Games. Not only that, the game also grabs another title, Best Action Game. Other than <em>Infectonator 2</em>, Indonesia also represented through <em>Evilgeddon Spooky Max</em> (developed by Firebeast) which was nominated in Shooting Game category. Regrettably, Best Shooting Game title goes to other game, <em>Strike Force Heroes</em>.</p><p style="text-align: center;"><img class="size-large wp-image-88411 aligncenter" alt="Year on Local Games" src="http://www.duniaku.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/duniaku-dreadout-1-640x480.jpg" width="640" height="480" /></p><p>Other great news comes from <em>DreadOut</em> which was developed by Digital Happiness. This game often discussed by both domestic and international gamers shown what they are capable of by entering Steam Greenlights Top 100. In related news, Binus University an Indonesian university opened Game Application and Technology major to accommodate Indonesian youths that wanted to enter game developing world. The majors learning focuses are game art, game design, and game programming. Last but not least, there is <em>Garuda Riders</em> interactive comics made in Indonesia debuting internationally by entering iTunes Japan market.</p><p><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-76483" alt="Year on Local Games" src="http://www.duniaku.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cover-cutekill.jpg" width="560" height="315" /></p><p>January was also chosen by several Indonesian game developers to release their game. There are <em>Cute Kill</em> by TouchTen Games, <em>Beneath the Well</em> by Own Games siblings, also <em>Hungry Oni</em> by Futuretro Studios (created by Ferdi Trihadi and Andrzej Zamoyski, who formerly is the game designer at Lionhead Studios).</p> <p class="dvk-social-sharing"> Bagikan on Twitter on Facebook on Google+ </p> Salam pintas!