Game development is our main passion. We are focused on results and focused on all the details while creating applications, in order to achieve our goals. Our work brings us pleasure and strength to create our own masterpieces and promote our ideas. We are ready to share with you the accumulated knowledge of a game industry and expertise to develop well-designed and high-quality worlds.
We carry out a full cycle of developing games for Android, iOS, PC, AR / VR: from generating ideas, developing concepts and preparing technical specifications to publishing on the App Store, Google Play and other markets. We support our clients in each step of game creation.
Our team consists of experienced game development professionals. Our programmers come from various startups and have a wide experience in a game development. Our artists use a creative approach and a modern vision of game graphics.
We will work together with our clients and regularly report on the work done, promptly making changes.
Our development process is filled with interesting ideas. We find a balance between strict adherence to requirements and creativity.
We love what we do. Our job is primarily based on improvements and consistent grow.
Squirrel is a card game for 4 players. A party consists of several games called distributions. The goal of this game is to score of 12 or more points in a batch or score 120 points in the distribution. The game is played with a regular deck of 36 cards
Colour by number and animate your pixel image with Sandpix! Our application has coloring patterns for all tastes, so you can choose any theme and complexity of your pixel-art game. Create your own artworks and share them with your friends!
Garage is a multiplayer 2D game for Android and iOS with a simple built-in store. Create your own design for the car and show it to the whole world. Earn coins, buy new design elements and improve your cars.
Do you want to experiment with the design of your car, but you are afraid to ruin it? Practice on virtual models! Soon, you can create your own unique car design by simply downloading the app developed by Red Rift, Inc. LS Garage - a multiplayer car tuning simulator. Here you can not only create a unique car design, but also compete with other users by participating in shows. And if your design is recognized as the coolest, you will get coins and crystals, and will be able to buy trendy details or even pick up a new car! The game is developed on one of the best game engines - Unity 3D, and our developers use Microsoft Visual Studio to write LS Garage code. Microsoft Visual Studio is a code editor that includes an IDE and other development tools. One of the benefits of Visual Studio is the ability to create and connect third-party plugins to extend the overall functionality. At the moment, the project is under active development, but we can already share with you the first frames of the game. The release of LS Garage is planned soon. Follow the news!
What languages are better to translate the game into?
During the publication of the game on the Internet, the question arises of its localization. Just a couple of clicks is enough to release a game in several countries, but will users want to install an application created in a foreign language? Everything is clear with simple logic games: here you don’t need a deep knowledge of a foreign language, but what about role-playing games in which there is a plot and many characters? Typically, developers translate the game into English, it’s considered international. But there are several other markets in the gaming industry whose users don’t speak English. What languages are the best to translate the game into? Is it possible to translate the game on your own or is it better to use the professional help of translators? What services exist for translating a game into a foreign language? Let's figure it out together. First, some statistics. The first place among the language markets in the gaming field is Chinese simplified language. Not only because the population of China is the largest in the world, but also because gamers in China are willing to pay for the purchase of the application. Therefore, the Chinese language is one of the priority languages for translating the game, but it is also one of the most difficult in the world. Moreover, there is no Google play in China or its analogue, so it’s rather difficult to publish the game in this country. The second place is occupied by English. It is spoken by residents of many large countries: Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, Kenya, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Great Britain and the USA. The third place is occupied by the language of the country of innovation and new technologies - the Japanese language. But only Japanese people speak this language, in other countries this language is unpopular. Next come Spanish, Korean, Chinese Traditional, Hindi and French, followed by Russian and German. The standard set of languages in the game includes the main European languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, as well as the main Asian languages: Chinese, Korean and Japanese. So, if you are not ready to experiment and publish the game, for example, in Africa or India, then you can use the standard set of languages. The game can be translated by your own if you are fluent in a foreign language. However, don’t forget that simply translating the game is not enough; you should also take into account the cultural characteristics of the target audience and the mentality of the country's inhabitants. To avoid incidents during the translation, you can use the services of professional translators. The most popular services for localizing games, applications, web pages and other products of development companies are: • PhraseApp • Lokalise • OneSky • Smartling • POEditor. All of them are paid, but each service has its advantages. Among them are integration with corporate programs (Slack, GitHub, etc.), experience with the largest companies (Bosch, Ubisoft, IKEA, Volvo, Nike, etc.), corporate use opportunities, and many others.