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HTML5 mobile games publishing – state for February 2013 (INFOGRAPHIC)
by Przemyslaw Szczepaniak on 02/14/13 08:50:00 am   Expert Blogs

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The beginning of 2013 brought us a lot of changes. We did some steps towards new solutions of monetization, our approach to development, and business relations with publishers or 3rd party companies. I had a really long list of contacts with which I exchanged a lot of emails, informations, great ideas.  Some were very useful, some well… Didn’t fit our idea of company development. My decision to make an infographic summary was motivated by a fact that I wanted to have a strict, clear information on how does it really look now. I wanted to share some of knowledge we gained during past months, I wanted to have a great looking and clear overlook on the publishing of mobile HTML5 games, as it is now. Hopefully you will like it, and find it very useful for your researches :)

Below you may find an embeded version, but to check in separate link, please find it directly here:

HTML5 mobile games publishing – state for February 2013 (INFOGRAPHIC)

HTML5 mobile games publishing – state for February 2013 (INFOGRAPHIC)


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