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. PHOTO: THE GENTLEBROS
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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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