Three local game studios team up for crossover

Players of hit home-grown mobile games BattleSky Brigade Harpooner, Butter Royale and Cat Quest II can now use characters and weapons from one another's games

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Three home-grown game studios joined forces for the first time to launch a gaming crossover yesterday.

Mighty Bear Games, BattleBrew Productions and The Gentlebros are behind the hit mobile games Butter Royale, BattleSky Brigade Harpooner and Cat Quest II respectively. These games are family-friendly and can be played on multiple devices.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 28, 2020, with the headline Three local game studios team up for crossover. Subscribe