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Posted by Randy Angle on Mon, 10 Mar 2014 04:16:00 EDT in Business/Marketing, Production, Indie, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet
Insight into the "Secret Playbooks" for F2P Games. It all started with a question, "why do companies hide their monetization numbers"?


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Thanks to a friend in ...

Thanks to a friend in the twittersphere... please use this link to reach my blog: www.hoppsbusch.com was missing an 's '

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Great post Tony - thanks ...

Great post Tony - thanks for spreading the news so we can all discuss an important topic like this. I hope it has a lasting impact on the folks who are reading it. r n r nJust so other readers know - Tony and I have been friends since 1997 ...

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RIP - I still remember ...

RIP - I still remember the comedy and, at the time, innovative gameplay of Sewer Shark. Occasionally someone will bring up a mechanic or dynamic they think is original... and I 'll say, Oh, you mean like Sewer Shark . Thank You, Ken... 12, 6, 9 'er .

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About Do not open a ...

About Do not open a company - being indie means you are small and without income until you launch a game. If you form an Inc. or LLC in California and most other states in the USA you pay as much as 800 per year or more in fees to ...

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In 1998 retail was still ...

In 1998 retail was still the BIG deal - it was pretty much the gravy train that made game developers sustainable. Even iD and 3D Realms needed an avenue to retail to break into the big numbers. I was actually an indie game designer in the 80 's - that ...