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|Founded 📆||September, 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan|
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Rayark Inc. (Rayark Games) is an independent video game company headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan and was founded in September 2011. The company also has a branch located in Tokyo, Japan. The company specializes in game development on mobile platforms, and in genres such as rhythm games, casual games, sci-fi action and strategy RPGs. Rayark is best known for developing Cytus, Deemo, and VOEZ, as well as publishing MO: Astray by Archpray.
|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|
|2019||MO: Astray||Archpray||Platformer||Microsoft Windows, IOS, Android, Nintendo Switch|
Removal of Cytus II in Mainland China
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.
- "Support". Rayark Inc. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
- "Rayark8th_slide_Profile_en.pdf" (PDF).
- "Games". Rayark Inc. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
- "Cytus II game removed in China over links to pro-Hong Kong morse code message". the Guardian. 2020-07-22. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
- "Secret Morse code tune sees game removed in China". BBC News. 2020-07-21. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
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