Proudly Filipino Made Mobile Gaming Apps — Patintero Playtime and Chirp ~ Kwentology


If previously, we perform this on the street. Patintero can also be playable on smartphones and tablet. There's also a smartphone game that has a theme of sustaining life. And take note, those games are actually made by Pinoys (Filipino).

Patintero Playtime Gaming App for Android and iOS


Image of Patintero Playtime Gaming App for Android and iOS


Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Plants vs. Zombies and Patintero! You'd read it right! The favorite native game Patintero of Filipinos used to be on the road. Can also be played on mobile devices.

Patintero Playtime, beautiful and challenging. It has numerous of players and you can earn coins. Play it wisely! And who made this? Of course, Filipinos! Year 2011 when it was built by Zeenoh, a company composed by Filipino Independent Game Developer for Apple iOS and Google Android.

Most escalation of game developers in the country, are apps that they'd developed are often recognized only in other countries, especially Japan. So it inspired Zeenoh Games, led by Jhondie Abenaza. Most of the time, Filipino developers should not always behind the scene. The team sees the future, that this will be the key to acknowledged Filipinos' gaming tricks and creativity.


Chirp Mobile App for Windows Phone


Image of Chirp Mobile App for Windows Phone


Also, Chirp—a Windows Mobile game, is proudly Philippine-Made and suits with floody Philippines for its environmental representation. It was developed by 'The Team CHASE!', composed by Ronchristian Gruspe as co-creator of it.

"You'll see your environment would affect of your action to the community that you helping build."



So, the person turned out to be a bird because he harming the environment. And the only way for him to return back to a boy, is if he make the environment clean, green, healthy and wealthy.

iACADEMY a School for Mobile App Developer in the Philippines


Image of iACADEMY a School for Mobile App Developer in the Philippines


Developing a mobile game could take up to eight months. But that's just fine, especially if they made it on the top of the most downloaded games not only in the Philippines but the whole world.

Many have potential to become a game developer. So, there are schools that also offering subjects for game development or construction of animated game in the country. It's another talent for programming, arts, and emerging field for children.

Prospect to Seize the Moment


Despite of this, some game developers are having hard time to find opportunities in the Philippines. There are some outsourcing or developing here. But, for foreign companies or those who work abroad. Large differences will be identified when it comes to salary. It was based on observation conducted by Bob Fernandez, a Filipino Game Developer Professor. It's some kind unfair 'cause we're talking about quality. Products made by Filipinos are even more robust.

Earnings Comparison Per Month
Salary Filipino ProgrammersSalary American Programmers
US $900-1000US $2500-3000


Creativity of Filipinos are truly wonderful. Hopefully, their innovations would not be a game over and gone for nothing.

Interesting Cool Facts


Did you know that? Philippines has the most numbers of game downloads in Southeast Asia, in accordance with a study.
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