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Rayark Inc.

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Rayark Inc.
File:Logo of Rayark Inc.png
IndustryVideo games
Founded 📆September, 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Key people
  • Alvin Chung
  • Ming-Yang, Yu
  • Jerry Chang
  • Holymars Hsieh
  • Tony Lee
  • Shan-Yung, Yang
Number of employees
🌐 Websitehttps://www.rayark.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Rayark Inc. (Rayark Games) is an independent video game company headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan[1] and was founded in September 2011. The company also has a branch located in Tokyo, Japan.[1] The company specializes in game development on mobile platforms, and in genres such as rhythm games, casual games, sci-fi action and strategy RPGs.[2] Rayark is best known for developing Cytus, Deemo, and VOEZ, as well as publishing MO: Astray by Archpray.[3]

Games developed[edit]

Year Title Genre(s) Platform(s)
2011 Cytus Rhythm IOS, Android
2012 Mandora Casual IOS, Android
2013 Deemo Rhythm IOS, Android
2015 Implosion: Never Lose Hope Action role-playing game IOS, Android, Nintendo Switch
2016 Voez Rhythm IOS, Android, Nintendo Switch
2018 Cytus II Rhythm IOS, Android
2018 Sdorica Tactical role-playing game IOS, Android, PC
2019 Cytus α Rhythm Nintendo Switch
2019 Deemo: Reborn Rhythm PS4, PlayStation VR, Microsoft Windows
2020 Soul of Eden Real-time strategy, Trading card game IOS, Android

Games published[edit]

Year Title Developer Genre(s) Platform(s)
2019 MO: Astray Archpray Platformer Microsoft Windows, IOS, Android, Nintendo Switch

Removal of Cytus II in Mainland China[edit]

On July 2020, Cytus II was removed from the app stores in Mainland China due to the musical director of the company, Wilson Lam (stage name ICE), releasing a musical piece named "Telegraph 1344 7609 2575" on his personal social media accounts which contains Morse code of the phrase "Liberate Hong Kong, the revolution of our times", a common slogan in support of the Hong Kong protest. Lam was resigned from the company soon after the incident, with the piece quickly removed from his social media accounts.[4][5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Support". Rayark Inc. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
  2. "Rayark8th_slide_Profile_en.pdf" (PDF).
  3. "Games". Rayark Inc. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
  4. "Cytus II game removed in China over links to pro-Hong Kong morse code message". the Guardian. 2020-07-22. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
  5. "Secret Morse code tune sees game removed in China". BBC News. 2020-07-21. Retrieved 2020-11-23.

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