Mobile Income Report #16 - October 2015
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Mobile Income Report #14 - August 2015
Mobile Income Report #13 - July 2015
Mobile Income Report #12 - June 2015
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Mobile Income Report #10 - April 2015
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Mobile Income Report #3 - August 2014
Mobile Income Report #2 - July 2014
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Under Apps page you can see my portfolio. It is list of the games that are then reported in Income Reports. The portfolio is regularly updated with new information (releases for new platforms, new updates, ...)
What I did in November
- Jupiter, who stands behind Shards graphics and levels, prepared 10 new levels. Android version at Google Play is already updated.
- I finally dived into WPF as I choose it as a technology I want to build our match-3 level editor on. I really like it and editor is now finished. So, we can finally continue our work on this game, which I believe a lot in. Here is screenshot from the tool - most of the icons are test ones just to create working tool:
- trying to make one of our HTML5 games work with new Windows Store. It is really easy to make it run, but the hard part was to make Google Analytics work and we also struggled with required graphical assets (icons, tiles) - big resolution for these is required, while size limits are pretty restrictive. On making 3rd party Google Analytics SDK ("Google Analytics SDK for Windows and Windows Phone") work I wrote tutorial here,
- still learning Unity. After publishing our first game we made in it (Futoshiki) I think it is time to make something more complex with it. I always loved games with pixel characters, so this may be the way...
Now, for the sad part - financial data. Here is income from paid versions:
Figures for free apps supported with ads:
Additionally, we got some small profit from HTML5 games - $95,80.
Total income for November is $17,1 + $110,2 + 95,80 = $223,1. It is 43,9% increase, but only thanks to income from HTML5 games.
In December I am working on our match-3 game. Thanks to finished level editor, we can move forward. Also working on preparing our first game for Windows Store. And still learning Unity.