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]

Games[edit]

  • 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]

Lawsuit[edit]

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]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ""Ukyo Tachibana" joins AFK Arena for its first birthday celebration". www.gamasutra.com.
  2. "Lilith Games Rebrands Rise of Civilizations to Rise of Kingdoms". www.gamasutra.com.
  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". www.pocketgamer.com.
  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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