Stand among Titans, and lead them to victory.

The future of Maharal hangs in the balance.
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This is war. Time to bring out the big guns.

Did we mention this game has explosions?
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Welcome! Please,
don’t pet the dragons.

Floating islands, flying pirate ships, and evolving pandas! Need I say more?
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A lion’s gotta eat to be king of the jungle.

… And being king ain’t easy.
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Giving classic bingo some pop!

Finally! The best-looking, best-sounding, and best-feeling bingo game!
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  • Forces of War
  • Mighty Monsters
  • Crime Inc.
  • Bingo Pop


Uken is a truly cross-platform game studio. We build fun social and mobile games that make people stop, stare, smile, jump, and feel awesome inside.

We have a quirky nerdy culture that fosters creativity, collaboration, quality ideas, and a data driven mindset. We believe in moving quickly and improving constantly and that mantra is reflected in the weekly updates we make to our games and internal technologies. We have an appetite for pushing technical boundaries and we've done exactly that with html5. We work on products that get used by millions of people everywhere and we're just getting started.

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The Team

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Climbing and slaying the first colossi in Shadow of the Colossus”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Solving the chest-bump level in Portal 2 Co-op.”

Alex W

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Beating the Elite Four in Pokemon Blue as a kid. It took over 40 hyper potions and the sky had turned to night when I was done.”

Andrew H

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Counterstrike 1.6: Getting a "nade-ace" at B tunnels in de_dust2.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Saving Peppy and Slippy for the first time in Star Fox. I loved that game, but man those guys were useless.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing through all of Journey in one night. The art was so great on that game I couldn't put it down. It was the first and only time I've ever played through an entire game in one sitting.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“The day I defeat M.Bison in Street Fighter 2 for the very first time in the good ol' arcade machine.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Thousands of hours playing Puzzle Pirates with my wife”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finding my first SOJ in Diablo 2 with a fully equipped MF Hammerdin.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Hearing the deep voice declare 'Godlike' as I pulled off my 10th consecutive kill. And then i died :(. - Unreal Tournament ”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Having a Gamecube and PS2 and a library of games dropped in front of me after a 10 year hiatus from console games.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“In World of Warcraft - after listening to his team strategize, Leroy Jenkins goes rogue and gets everyone killed. I never get tired of watching that!”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Vincent Valentine joining my party in was love at first sight.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Halo: Combat Evolved... Assult on the control room opening cinematic.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing through the last level of Braid, when Tim finally reaches the princess only to break your heart.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finally "discovering" the first actual level of Ecco the Dolphin, after weeks of thinking it was just a fun dolphin trick game.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Being able to say I played the first ever release of Pac-man in an arcade”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing 3v3 Starcraft with my brothers when we all still lived together”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing Encyclopedia Britannica on MS-DOS with my sister.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Having a dream about the Forest Temple in Ocarina of Time, before the game even came out. The first time I entered the temple I was flabbergasted!”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Cleared the Raid which probably 5% players cleared from my serve of FF14”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finally solving the Fire Marble Puzzle in Riven, or flying around the overworld on the back of Flammie in Secret of Mana.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing MK1 in the arcade when it first came out.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“As a child finding my mom's long forgotten Atari 2600 and playing classics such Pac-Man and Space Invaders. This was my first time playing on a gaming console.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Getting the Invisibility cheat in Goldeneye after beating Archives in 1:20.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Waking up before the rest of my family on a cold winter morning, dragging a fort’s worth of comforters and pillows to the living room and cocooning up in front of the TV. Ocarina of Time, Super Mario RPG, Donkey Kong Country 2, GoldenEye, and so many more”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Getting stumped in The Incredible Machine.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finishing the older Metroid games with 100% items”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Pulling an all-nighter playing SSBBrawl at launch and all 4 of us going CRAZY when the “Challenger Approaching” screen randomly appeared at 4am letting us know that Sonic was in the game.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Getting my theme park visitors sick in Roller Coaster Tycoon and provoking glorious “vomit alleys”! mwahaha”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“At the end of Inside when I became one with the big destructive fleshy blob. It felt so liberating to be plowing through the institution that seemed to confine us.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Waking up Christmas morning to find out that Santa got me Earthbound. My favourite game of all time!”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Beating Emerald Weapon at the bottom of the ocean. I threw my controller across the room and shouted 'YEEEESSSS!' - Final Fantasy VII”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“One of my favourite gaming memories was having my Grandma take me out to TRU and buy videos games off the shelf, with no knowledge about it, just because it had awesome box art. I love the 80s.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing 5v5 DotA All Stars In-house on Warcraft 3”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Getting lost in the world of Pokémon Red for the first time, on Christmas Eve, and then going to bed still hearing the game sounds playing in my head.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Making it to Masters League on Starcraft 2, and competing at Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix tournaments”


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Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Defeating the rebel flagship with 1 hull left, just as it set off a deadly volley of lasers.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Staying up until five am, finishing Zilart missions with my friends, to finally get Sky access in FFXI.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Discovering that there's an inverted castle in Symphony of the Night”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finally finishing any jumpquest; the bane of my gaming existence.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing through all of Captain Toad with my son.”

Kyle J

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“After being denied, time and time again, finally getting Ben to 'put his lips on that' while siphoning gas in Full Throttle.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Playing PoP: Warrior Within - Godsmack starts playing as the Dahaka chases you... v. nerve wracking & awesome”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Sitting in Grade 3 class, teacher patiently waiting to start the lesson until I finally beat Krang in TMNT: Fall of the Foot Clan on my Game Boy.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Dominating a 10v10 Counter-Strike match with my brother using only the machine gun and constantly firing, Rambo style.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“In Ocarina of Time, the first time I travelled back in time after playing as adult Link. There’s just something so liberating about Link reclaiming his lost time.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Doing the Death Star trench run playing X-Wing on my 386 ”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Beating Hanzo the Dark Ninja on my own for the first time in Alex Kidd in Shinobi world when I was about 5”

Mike M

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Competing at Evo Fighting game tournament”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Rushing to the local cyber cafe after class with my grade school friends, to have Counter Strike: 1.6 LAN matches.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“The culmination of an incredible Journey - completing the game with a stranger who waited.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Beating Contra Co-op for the first time; witnessing the twists in Xenogears; or out-smarting Psycho Mantis were great; but nothing beats telling my god-son I made the cool zombie game he eagerly wanted to show me.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Watching ICO's ending and having my heart crushed ):.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Successfully deducing the identity of the Inaba Murderer in Persona 4! The game throws a few curve balls at you, and it was really satifying to apprehend the correct villain.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Qbert is the office robot. Qbert likes Rise of the Robots. Qbert sometimes worries us.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Memorising colourful vocab and insults in the Monkey Island series.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finding my way out of the catacombs in Kings Quest VI. My basement was a creepy place to play that game.”

Rob M

Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Counterstrike got too easy after a whole summer of playing online, so I started hunting individual players rather than going for random encounters. I felt kinda like the Babe Ruth of CS for a while.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Staying up a few school nights a week for months, maybe a year, to raid the Molten Core and Blackwing Lair with my west coast guild on World of Warcraft.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Travelling to the ruined future for the first time in Ocarina of Time and having my mind blown.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Installing a mod chip in my original Xbox, and discovering the joy of disc-less console gaming.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Listening to Yuzo Koshiro's Electro and clean 8 stages in Streets of Rage 2 with my brother.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“After spending 4 hours at the Fishing Pond, trying every spot possible, I finally caught an 18-pound fish, bigger than Link himself”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Finding and signing Tonton Zola Moukoko in Championship Manager”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Surprised everybody in upper-school lock-in event by beating every single athlete guys in Wii boxing tournament. Read the rules … you can knock out those who don’t.”


Favourite Gaming Memory:

“Conquering Japan in Total War Shogun 2”


Superheroes Alliance
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You never looked better in tights.

Fight against the evils of the world using super powers, sidekicks, weapons and vehicles. Battle villains, build up your empire, and shoulder the great responsibility that comes with superhuman power.

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Your evil throne is waiting.

Wreak havoc, destroy your enemies, build your evil empire, and crush anyone who dares to get in your way. With your new powers, you are an unstoppable force of evil.

Forces of War
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Represent your country!

Do you have what it takes to wield the most powerful force the world has ever seen? Raise an army, build up your arsenal, and annihilate all those who oppose you. Conquer the world by land, sea, and air.

Dark Galaxy
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Do you have the will to conquer the galaxy by any means necessary?

Conflict abounds in the outer rim of the galaxy. Since the glory days of Earth have passed, the new colonies of the galaxy fight for limited resources and territory. As a Marine you’ll need to build up your alliance to overcome obstacles and take down dangerous rivals. Battle for survival … Win a legacy and be known throughout the Galaxy.

Age of Legends
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Journey the vast plains of Nekuria.

The war-torn lands of Nekuria hold many secrets. There’s danger, excitement and glory awaiting you. Heroes are remembered, but legends never die!

Crime Inc.
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Where corruption is king, and honesty is myth.

Anything can be achieved with enough money in your pockets, and the right bodies in the morgue. You don’t play Crime Inc … you live it.

The Streetz
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The Streetz are callin’!

If you want to survive you’d better claim your turf to build up your name. Thugs are all action. You talk smack that you can’t back up … they’ll eat you alive. Play it right, and you’ll have a gang to back you up, the green to pack heat and rides that’ll make you think you’re dreamin’.

Mighty Monsters
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Welcome to the world of monsters.

Have you ever dreamed of having your own ninja-star throwing rabbit? How about a fire-breathing pet dragon? Collect & train all these pet monsters and more in the world of Mighty Monsters.

Bingo Pop
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Bingo … with style!

Enjoy classic BINGO with a smart style and great new twists! Advance through exciting GLOBETROTTING stages, from Havana Cabana to Monty Carlo’s. Win Coins, Cherries, and Experience Points using creative Power-Ups. Play in REAL TIME rooms with up to 100 other LIVE players! Join in the fun with your Facebook FRIENDS!

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Journey the lands of Maharal, and reclaim the throne for your King!

You are an Alchemist, and your weapon is the Titan: an enormous, living creature formed from inanimate materials. With your knowledge of the material world, only you can create an army of Titans and lead them to victory against your enemies.


Join Us

At Uken, we’re making games that delight millions of users around the world. On the surface, that's a lot of game design, production, and development work and our game teams are incredibly busy. Under the hood, we also build a lot of internal tools and services that make the process of building games much easier and faster. We’re constantly looking for brilliant people who share our passions to come build amazing products with us. Our office is fun and hacker friendly, filled with collaborative meeting spaces, lots of big monitors, catered breakfast and lunch daily, smoothies, fresh fruit, and plenty of (video, board, table) games!

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