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Rise of Kingdoms developer Lilith Games launches global publishing brand Farlight Games
Lilith Games, a Chinese studio behind mobile titles like Rise of Kingdoms and AFK Arena, has announced the establishment of Farlight Games. It is a new publishing brand, which is in line with the company’s global expansion.
Supercell CEO calls Nintendo “our inspiration,” saying concept of small teams was big mistake
Supercell has always been known for its ability to develop games by small teams and kill the least successful of them. CEO Ilkka Paananen, however, has realized this concept was nothing but a big mistake on his side.
AppMagic on mobile games in 2021: The most notable trends and releases
The most ambitious gaming companies focus on the biggest genres — in terms of their audience and their cumulative revenue. Here is where the money lies, at least for those who dare play big. AppMagic founder Max Samorukov shared handy conclusions based on the most important changes that happened in the Western mobile games market in 2021.
Eric Seufert: more studios to focus on Android-first development in 2022
Media strategist Eric Seufert has shared five trends of the mobile games market for 2022. Among other things, he believes that companies will start creating Android-first strategies for their titles in the wake of the ATT implementation on iOS.
Developer Benjamin Kobe recommends against using large gaming subreddits to promote small indie titles
Developer Benjamin Kobe, founder of Austin, Texas-based indie studio Clutch Dynamics, shared his experience of promoting his game Boris the Sloth on Reddit. He suggests staying away from large gaming and gamedev subreddits for UA purposes.
“2021 in Video Games” with Tenjin’s Roman Garbar
Joining us for another episode of the “2021 in Video Games” series is Roman Garbar, Marketing Director at Tenjin. Headquartered in San Francisco, Tenjin offers a single, comprehensive platform for mobile app analytics, attribution and ad network data aggregation.
Social Peta: Marvel Future Revolution brings in around $30 million in its first month
Officially launched worldwide on 25 August 2021, Marvel Future Revolution has generated approximately 50 million downloads and over $30 million in revenue. This is according to marketing intelligence firm SocialPeta, which has analyzed the title’s marketing campaign.
Netflix releases new mobile title Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales developed by Next Game
A new mobile game based on the Stranger Things franchise has been officially launched today. Netflix helped Finnish studio Next Game develop the title, which marks a new step for the streaming giant in its expansion into the games industry.
Apple Arcade former head of content reportedly becomes new VP of PlayStation’s mobile division
PlayStation Studios seems to have a new head of its mobile division, Nicola Sebastiani, who previously was the content head of Apple Arcade. The appointment is in line with Sony’s plans to bring more IPs to mobile.