Top 3 Made-in-India Games


Prithhis Bose


Apr, 03.2024

The gaming industry in India has been thriving, showcasing a blend of creativity, culture, and innovation. These made-in-India games represent the diversity, talent, and innovation prevalent in the industry, and players have a lot to look forward to as many of these big titles are scheduled to release this year. Here are the top 3 Made-in-India games that have or are expected to captivate players both locally and globally.

1.Raji: An Ancient Epic

Nodding Heads Games' Raji: An Ancient Epic transports players to the rich assortment of ancient India. The quest of Raji, a young girl selected by the gods to protect humanity, is chronicled in this action-adventure game. Players face off against powerful enemies like Lord Mahabalasura and set out on a mission to save Raji's brother in these breathtaking, Hindu mythology-inspired images. Raji, with its highly praised design, provides an in-depth exploration of Indian culture and folklore. At the moment, the game is accessible on PC, console, and mobile devices.

2. Asura

Ogre Head Studio's Asura explores Indian mythology and provides players with an action-packed, rogue-like experience. Because of the game's distinctive generative skill tree, every playthrough is different. With its roots in Indian mythology, Asura lets players experience vicious hack-and-slash action while using a variety of weapons and delving into a mythologically rich environment. This Indian game is available for purchase on Steam.

 3. Indus Battle Royale

SuperGaming, a Pune-based firm, is transforming the Indian online gaming landscape with its battle royale game Indus Battle Royale, which cleverly blends futuristic surroundings with elements of Indian culture. Every character, called "Mythwalker," has special powers derived from Hindu mythology, much as Apex Mobile. Despite being essentially a battle royale shooter, Indus creatively adds "Cosmium," an extraction shooter mechanic, to offer a different kind of victory than simply being the last player standing.