The Indian Game is currently rearing commercially as either a game or for show. It was first originated in the late nineteenth century in the counties of Cornwall & Devon in southern England. It’s a very muscular, thick-breasted bird with an abnormally large breast; the eggs tend to be yellowish. They can be identified as ‘Cormorant’ or ‘Ruddy’. This breed is generally not allowed to compete in British competitions due to the large amount of red lines and the fact that it integrates with many breeds. It is extremely good at racing in America and is currently second in popularity only to the American Black Woodpecker.
In the 1980’s, with the development of Information Technology, the mass production of birds allowed many Indian Game designers to create more diverse varieties. Thus began the development of computer-controlled strains. This resulted in the release of the popular ‘Indian Singing Birds’ variety that has become very popular with gamers all around the world. In India, this strain is also called the ‘Indian Computer Game’ (GCG).
A significant role has been played by Indian Mythology in creating a niche for the game developer industry in India. Many of the best Indian Game developers in India have created stories revolving around Indian mythology. For instance, in Tamil Nadu, Tamilians have very strong faith in Gods and Mythological creatures like the ‘Raksha Bandhas’ or ‘Medoharas’. They use these characters as weapons and show them off during battle. In the recent past, the Indian government has also taken a lot of interest into this genre of game development, which has led to the making of localized versions of popular games such as, ‘Bharata Tagala’, ‘Mahjong’, and many more.
Another sub-specialty of Indian Mythology is the Mankatha. This epic story revolves around Lord Balabhadra’s quest to cross the ocean and reach the place where the Sun God resides. This journey is accompanied by a plethora of mythical creatures along the way who help Lord Balabhadra completes his task and continue to stay updated with the progress of his journey through his nonstop prayers. This sub-specialization in Indian Mythology has helped the zynga stay updated with the latest developments in their genre.
Continuing with Indian mythological tradition, the makers of the popular Zynga game based on Indian mythology have created a number of other interesting sub-specialties as well. The ‘Indian Themed Games’ on the other hand has become quite popular worldwide. These are usually set in Indian places and offer players an opportunity to observe the various festivals and fairs that take place in different parts of India. Players can also build their own civilization as they struggle to defeat other civilizations. In this sub-specialty, the manga has produced several cities such as Bikaner in Rajasthan, Delhi, Agra, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Aurangabad, Kolkata and Mumbai.
With the popularity of Indian Culture as one of the major national elements in Indian society, the game developers have also included elements of Indian Ethnicity in their offerings. In this sub-specialty, the manga has produced several cultures such as Mughal, Bengali, Punjabi, Sindarin, and even the Chinese. As the developers have included national elements in the game, players can enjoy themselves fully with the theme. In fact, this has helped the game localization industry to grow phenomenally in India as well as overseas countries.