Local game developer made over $5 million in three years with Cat Quest games

Local game studio The Gentlebros’ (clockwise from bottom left) Desmond Wong, Chen Ding Xiang, Leon Ho and Nursyazana Zainal.
Local game studio The Gentlebros’ (clockwise from bottom left) Desmond Wong, Chen Ding Xiang, Leon Ho and Nursyazana Zainal.PHOTO: THE GENTLEBROS

As Singapore celebrated its 55th birthday the past weekend, local indie game developer The Gentlebros celebrated the third anniversary of its cutesy, action role-playing game series Cat Quest by releasing a glowing report card for it.

The five-year-old homegrown company - founded by three Singaporeans who are former staff from Japanese video game company Koei Tecmo - announced on Aug 8 that it has made over $5.2 million in profits from over 1.3 million paid downloads of the Cat Quest games.

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