All publications by tag «Voodoo»
Azur Games, Voodoo and others ditch Unity monetization tools, urging fellow devs to protest per-install fees
In the wake of recent changes to Unity’s pricing policy, several game developers have decided to completely turn off Unity Ads and ironSource monetization across all of their titles. Companies like Azur Games and Voodoo are calling for per-install fees to be canceled, urging their colleagues to join the protest.
How Voodoo makes $100 million hybrid-casual games: 15% D7 retention, killing fast, and scaling titles for years
What are hybrid-casual games and how are their monetization loos different from hyper-casual? Voodoo head of publishing Thibault de Vésinne-Larüe has opened up about the company’s approach and what metrics it looks at when launching new titles.
Voodoo launches academy program to support and inspire new generation of hyper-casual developers
Mobile publisher Voodoo has launched its own academy, a special training program aimed at hyper-casual developers. Students will also receive different prizes if they hit different milestones during the learning process.
Voodoo announces prototype competition with $1 million top prize
French publisher Voodoo has announced a new competition for game prototypes, open to all studios worldwide. From October 10th to December 10th, studios can enter an unlimited number of prototypes for the chance to win $1 million or more.
Voodoo’s Corentin Selz on hybrid-casual games: “We want players to stay for 14 or 30 days, or even longer”
Corentin Selz, Publishing Manager at Voodoo, discusses how the publisher is transforming its existing portfolio of hits into hybrid-casual titles in order to meet the increased demand from users for more in-depth gameplay.
Voodo wins court case against studio and publisher copying mechanics of Woodturning
Hyper-casual giant Voodoo has won a court case against Istanbul-based publisher Rollic Games, which is owned by Zynga, and developer Hero Games. According to Voodoo’s claims, Hero Games copied key elements of Voodoo’s hit Woodturning.