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  • FlickrCC William Hook
    Game patterns: UI inspiration for mobile games

    Adam Siton got in touch to tell me about his new site, game-patterns.com. It’s a collection of UI design examples from mobile games that I think you might find useful. His introduction to the project is cross-posted...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    Improving Freemium Design: Combat Monsters

    Rubicon has built a pretty good framework for a fun and engaging game. There's a core loop, several different types/classes of characters to fit your play style, hundreds of unique cards, single player campaign and multiplayer. I...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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    In-app merchandising: a new way to monetise

    We’d like to emphasise an almost untapped third source: merchandising. For many of us, it’s still (almost) zero but for some others, such as Rovio, it’s 45 % of their income… which means there is definitely room...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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    Is HTML5 your best bet for monetisation?

    With native apps, the business frameworks and monetisation tools are often tied to the system supported by the OEM

    • Posted 5 months ago
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    An analytical framework for brand advertising in mobile games

    This is a guest post by Kristian Segerstrale of Initial Capital, originally published on their blog. Initial Capital work with many game companies, ranging from stealth mode yet-to-launch companies to global stars like Supercell. A common theme...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    [Gamesbriefers] Is GTAV peak oil?

    GTA has made $1 billion in the first week. But from here on in, we have two console generations to support at the same time that mobile/casual/tablet and so on is taking off. Is GTA V the...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Infographic: cross-platform gamer habits

    Arkadium has conducted a modest research study on the habits of ‘cross-platform gamers’ — people who play on Facebook and mobile. The results are detailed in the infographic below. A great deal of attention is given in the infographic...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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