NaKo Games is a startup company, developing games for various platforms, such as Windows Phone, Windows 8, Android, iOS.
The mission is to bring the best gaming experience to the users, be it on mobile or on tablet.
After publishing their first two games on the Windows Phone Store, NaKo Games received 100,000 downloads in just 20 days. Since then the team has been busy porting the games to other platforms like iOS and Android to ensure more customer outreach.
There are already 3 games published on the stores: The Gardener, Princess Cakes and Fashion Girl.
On October 4-6 NaKo Games participated in Armenia’s Ninth Annual International IT exhibition - DigiTech Expo, where they presented their games.
"Open Game Championship 2013" -"Best Mobile Game" & "People's Choice"
The game "Princess Cakes" took two prizes: "Best Mobile Game" and "People's Choice" in Open Game Championship 2013 organized by Union of Information Technology Enterprises and Orange Armenia. www,opengame.am
"Your Phone, Your Apps 2013" contest - "Best Game"
The game "Princess Cakes" took the "Best Game" nomination in “Your Phone, Your Apps” contest 2013, organized by Microsoft Armenia and Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia. www.arm.promorc.com
"Hackathon[YAN] 2012" contest - "Best Game"
The game "The Gardener" took a prize in "Best Game" nomination at Hackathon[YAN] 2012 organized by Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia.
Games & Apps
Princess cakes is a fun entertaining game, which brings creativity to baking and decorating cakes.
Download the game at Windows Phone Store, Apple App Store and Google Play.
The game is for those who want to feel as a fashion stylist, create their own styles and glamorous looks by choosing clothes from different categories and matching them with shoes and accessories.
Download the game at Windows Phone Store.
The main character of the game is the Gardener who should defend his garden from worms and other dangerous insects.
Download the game at Windows Phone Store and Google Play.
On November 8 NaKo Games was featured on 3Day StartUp blog. Read the article here.