[Website] Daylight Studios, a Singapore-based games developer, has announced a new mobile games publishing arm, Quest Drop, for the Southeast Asia market. The studio will continue to develop mobile and PC games. Quest Drop will provide services such as operations, marketing, and more for developers interested in bringing their mobile games to Southeast Asia.
How is Quest Drop different from the traditional games publisher? While most are transiting from PC games to mobile, Daylight Studios started out as a mobile developer itself and self-published their titles, hence having a front foot advantage. With development background, Quest Drop will be more familiar with the pains and struggles fellow developers faced when launching their games.
With funds raised from several investors, Quest Drop will soon set up its own subsidiary, Quest Drop (Thailand) Limited. It is looking to hire a full team, with the Singapore office as the headquarters. It will also be announcing its first mobile game next week. In related news, Daylight Studio’s new game, Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!, is preparing for launch for PC and Mac.