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Lilith Games

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Lilith Games is a mobile developer and publisher founded in May 2013 and based in Shanghai, China. It has more than 400 employees in April 2020.[1]

The company's games cumulate over 100 million downloads.[2]


  • Soul Hunters is the first overseas-focused mobile title launched in 2015
  • Legend of Xiao Bingbing
  • Art of Conquest, released in September 2017
  • Rise of Civilizations, released in 2018 and renamed into Rise of Kingdoms
  • Abi: A Robot's Tale was selected by the Apple App Store as "Best Indie Game of the Year" in 2017 [1]
  • AFK Arena, released in 2019, it reached 40 million downloads in its first year [1]

Rise of Kingdoms pulled in more than $60 million from abroad in October 2019, helping the startup to beat both Tencent and NetEase in overseas mobile game revenue for the month.[3]

AFK Arena is an idle RPG with an art style that's inspired by Celtic mythology.[4]


In 2015 they sued UCool for copyright infringement for obvious similarities of their mobile game Heroes Charge, with their own game of Soul Clash. [5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ""Ukyo Tachibana" joins AFK Arena for its first birthday celebration".
  2. "Lilith Games Rebrands Rise of Civilizations to Rise of Kingdoms".
  3. "The Chinese gaming startup outperforming Tencent overseas · TechNode". TechNode. November 27, 2019.
  4. Gregson-Wood, Stephen. "AFK Arena developers Lilith Games team up with SNK to bring Ukyo Tachibana to their popular idle RPG to celebrate its 1-year anniversary".
  5. "UCool's Super Bowl ad game Heroes Charge is 'cut-and-dried' case of copyright infringement". VentureBeat. 2015-03-25. Retrieved 2020-05-01.

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