Mobile Games Monetizing – Trends and Strategies You Must Know

Wonder what has made this game app so huge? Well, the statistics clearly depict the inclination of more than millions of people towards mobile gaming. And, if you already have a mobile game app or want to launch one soon, it will definitely give you good returns. But, there is a rule book for everything and so, for creating profitable mobile gaming apps.

Know your target – There are millions of game apps available that can be downloaded for free. If you have the plan to launch your game, then the first step to develop a game is to know your audience. Study and understand their needs and interest. A good mobile app development company, does a detailed research, before starting with the development process.

Online Community – Get social, because the audiences are social. They want to exchange their experiences, scores with friends and also with other users across the world. Thus, offer your users a multichannel gaming experience to spike their engagement levels.

In-app purchases – Anything for free attract customers always. People are not willing to spend money to download games when, there are so many free games available. As a solution to this, you can include In-app purchase offer. Once, the user is engaged with the game, he wouldn’t mind to make a purchase while playing. Also, you may offer the users with incentives that will support in persuading them to make a purchase. This, is a good medium to earn revenue, which can be more than the revenue through downloads.

Mobile Ads – If you know how to rightly pitch your user, mobile ads form a potential medium to earn profits. Native ads are the way to go, avoid banner ads that are non- appealing. Be sure that the ad format is synchronized with the mobile app design.

User behavior and technology varies with every mobile operating system. Create your monetizing strategy, after studying the behavior patterns and only after learning the technique of the operating system. The smartphone market is a complex one, and along with it, is a tough competition in the market that overwhelms the developers to follow the right monetizing strategy. The big companies are indulging in mobility solutions and if an effective strategy is followed, a lot of revenue can be generated through this medium.

Also, Mobile game analytics are significant to understand how the users are approaching the game and to calculate the changes that are needed to make, to achieve mass downloads by providing an exciting gaming experience.

Top Ten PC Games In The World

What elements push a game beyond mere goodness and into greatness? To this author, PC games are best when they deliver a transcendent gaming experience that is possible only with the aid of a personal computer: They don’t simulate board or card games, reproduce real-world sports, or try to approximate movies. They are an art form unto themselves. To be considered, a game must have achieved most of its prominence on a PC platform. (This explains why Tetris, for example, didn’t make the cut: It was clearly the Nintendo Game Boy’s killer app). I defined a “PC” as any consumer computer that has a keyboard the user can program with arbitrary code–not just a PC of the IBM variety. If you’re into PC games, check out “15 Reasons PC Gaming Beats All,” too. And if you want to stay current with the latest games, tune into PC World’s ace gaming blog, Game On! Without further ado, here is the Top Tens List for the Greatest PC Games in the world…

#10: Homefront

The 10th ranking game in our top tens list, Homefront, is a first-person shooter video game developed by now defunct “Kaos Studios” and published by THQ, in which players play as members of a resistance movement fighting against a near-future Korean military occupation of the United States.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: First-person shooter Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: BBFC = 15, ESRB = M

#9: Fable III

At number 9 in our top tens list is, Fable III, the Third video game in Fable series of ‘action role-playing games (RPG) developed by Liohead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. It focuses on the player’s struggle to overthrow the King of Alboin by forming alliances and building support for revolution.

Series: Fable Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 Genre: Action RPG, sandbox, file simulation Mode(s): Single-player, Cooperative Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 12+, ESRB = M, PEGI = 16+

#8: F.E.A.R. 3

The 8th ranking game in our top tens list is F.E.A.R. 3, a first person-shooter developed by Dan 1 Studios for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the OnLive cloud gaming service as a sequel to the game F.E.A.R: Project Origin and the third installment of the F.E.A.R series. It includes features such as “co-op, an evolved cover system, and more scares”. In the game, the players control either Point Man or Paxton Fettel, the protagonist and antagonist, from the first game, F.E.A.R. and the control system is the same as the previous two games.

Series: F.E.A.R Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: First-person shooter, horror Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 18, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#7: Dragon Age II

Ranking at number 7 in our top tens list is Dragon Age II, a role playing video game developed by Bioware’s Edmonton Studios, and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second major game in BioWare’s “Dragon Age” franchise. It is set in the same mythical world introduced in Dragon Age: Origins, the player assumes the role of Hawke, a human mage, warrior, or rogue who arrives in the city of Kirkwall as a lowly refugee but becomes its legendary champion over a turbulent decade of political and social conflict.

Series: Dragon Age Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Role-playing Mode(s): Single-player Ratings: ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#6: Dead Space 2

The 6th ranking game in our top tens list is Dead Space 2, a survival horror third-person shooter video game developed by Visceral Games and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to “Dead Space”. Unlike its predecessor, Dead Space 2 has a multi-player mode.

Series: Dead Space Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: Third-person shooter, Survival horror Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 18, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#5: Terraria

Ranking 5th in our top tens list is Terraria, an action-adventure/RPG indie game released by independent game studio “Re-Logic”. The game features exploration, crafting, building structures and combat with a variety of creatures. The game’s slogan is “Shut Up and Dig Gaiden”.

Platforms: Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 Genre: Indie side scroller action adventure/RPG Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ESRB = E10+, PEGI = 12

#4: Portal 2

The 4th ranking game in our top tens list is Portal 2, a first-person puzzle-platform video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It is the sequel to the 2007 video game ‘Portal’. Like Portal, Portal 2 primarily comprises a series of puzzle that must be solved by teleporting the player’s character and simple objects using the “portal gun”, a device that can create inter-spatial portals between two flat panes. The game’s unique physics allow momentum to be retained through these portals and requires the creative use of portals to maneuver through the game’s challenges.

Series: Portal Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Puzzle-platform game Mode(s): Single-player, Co-operative Ratings: ESRB = E10+, PEGI = 12

#3: The Sims 3

The 3rd ranking game in our top tens list is The Sims 3, a strategic life simulation computer game developed by The Sims Studio and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to the best-selling computer game, ‘The Sims 2’.

Series: The Sims Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, webOS, Android, Symbian^3, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, N-Gage, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: Life Simulation, Social simulation Mode(s): Single-player Ratings: ACB = M, ESRB = T, PEGI = 12

#2: Counter Strike Source

Counter Strike Source ranks 2nd in our top tens list. It is a first-person shooting video game developed by Valve Corporation. It is a complete remake of “Counter-Strike” using the “Source” game engine. As in the original, Counter Strike: Source pits a team of counter-terrorists against a team of terrorists in a series of rounds. Each round is won either by completing an objective (such as detonating a bomb or rescuing hostages) or by eliminating all members of the opposing team.

Series: Counter Strike Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X Genre: First-person shooter Mode(s): Multi-player Ratings: ESRB = M, PEGI = 16+

#1: Assassin’s Creed: Brother Hood

Finally…the best of our top tens list of video games is Assassin’s Creed: Brother Hood; a historical third-person, stealth action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft. It is the third major installment in the Assassin’s Creed series and the second chapter in the ‘Ezio Trilogy’. The game is a direct sequel to Assassin’s Creed II, with Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Desmond Miles returning as the main protagonists.

Series: Assassin’s Creed Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Third-person action-adventure, Sandbox Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 15, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

Wave Goodbye to Boredom With Free Online Games and Naughty Games

The idea of playing free games is a never ending source to kill your boredom on any dull day. It just never seems to get old, online games will always be there to entertain you and the most boring times of the day. Depending on your age and your taste in games, you are sure to find any type of genre you are looking to play.

These types of free games and activities can barely teach you anything that is inappropriate other than kissing someone which most kids already know how to do. The naughty games category is full of all types of games through which we can enjoy and express our naughty side. Most of these types of free games are embarrassing for the fictional characters when caught but fun for us to play.

Some online games and naughty games alike are mostly more intense than other free games. Depending on your age, gender, personality, and current mood, you can apply your interest in these types of games and get the most fun out of your free time on the Internet accordingly. Make sure you enjoy playing each naughty game without having to think about school work or chores. It is always best to complete your daily tasks in reality before you jump into your online fantasy world because you won’t have anything to worry about. You will just be able to sit back and relax and enjoy your time on the Internet.

The Internet is full of literally hundreds of thousands of free online games. Get busy playing online games for free and start playing naughty games to bring out your naughty side. This type of free entertainment can keep you entertained for hours. You must of course ask for your parents’ permission because free online games like these are on the verge of being banned. That is why games like this are so fun and swarming the Internet. They need to be created just right so that they will still be family friendly. Some of these games have become a part of the popular online gaming trend.

Developers need to be very careful when they create these types of games because they have to keep a close eye on the games that they are creating. If the game is too inappropriate for children under the age of thirteen, the naughty game might be taken off a family website and the developer will lose money because his or her game won’t be able to be played anymore.