Indonesian Game ‘Infinite Sky’ Breaks Into Apple Top 10 Apps

TouchTen Team Members

From Indonesia Today:

Game Developed In Indonesia Made Into Top 10 iPhone App

Game development company from Indonesia, Touch Ten, is in the midst of euphoria. One of their games entitled ‘Infinite Sky’ managed to get into the Top Ten Apps list of Apple’s App Store.

TouchTen Team Members

Touch Ten Team Members

This was revealed by the CEO of Touch Ten, Anton Soeharyo, as reported by Kompas. He stated that the game has been downloaded by more than 500,000 iPhone users since its release.

With these achievements, the game has made it into the top 10 list of several countries. In the United States, Infinite Sky was able to reach position 9 in the Top 10 Apps. While in England, the game peaked at number 5.

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In addition to iOS platforms, Infinite Sky is also available in Google Play for free. Within the game, a pilot character named Ghatotkacha is introduced.

Infinite Sky Game Screenshots

App Game: Infinite Sky

App Game: Infinite Sky

App Game: Infinite Sky

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Comments from Kaskus:


Superb, this kind of achievement will give encouragement to others.


Wonderful, I’m also currently developing an iOS app, but it’s still in progress.


Great, the name of Ghatotkhaca will become known all over the world.


This is good!… As a gamer addict, I’m proud when our own game developers are able to reach into the Top 10 of iPhone Apps. There are way too many iPhone users these days.


Mantap! … It is true that there are many talented young people in Indonesia, but too bad the government doesn’t seem to provide support…


Hopefully, Indonesian products will continue to move forward!


I’m gonna try to download this game later… there must be a WOW factor if it can make into the Top 10 list!


For those who are planning to download, are you willing to pay the download fee?


I’m gonna try to download, but only the free version. LOL

How come I have never seen this game in the App Store…?


Wow! I want to try this game but sadly I don’t own an iPhone.


Evidently, Indonesians can also keep up with other foreigners in term of talent and skills.


This should happen more often, such a good story to read. Rather sick of the “corruption news” that are in the top 10 [hottest posts lists] all the time.


Game developers in Indonesia are getting better, boss. Hopefully Indonesia will become more advanced in the field of IT [Information Technology].

What do you think? Have you seen “Infinite Sky” in the App Store yet? Does it deserve to be there?

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