Ben Chong's Blog
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I'm the CEO of MarketJS. We use HTML5 technology to build cross-platform game solutions.
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A fresh approach to thinking with HTML5 based games
Some thoughts on Clash of Clans Youtube videos
Put yourself in the shoes of a large brand. Does this value make sense?
Too many temptations, too little time
Forget Steven Spielberg. Be the Robert Rodriguez of games.
A fresh perspective for indies. Don't aim to be the Flappy Bird.
Ben Chong's Comments
[Blog - 11/05/2014 - 02:08]
Brian thanks for the comment ...
Brian thanks for the comment Very insightful. Also, building on your number of 1 million per video, that 's roughly 24 million spend in Youtube video production costs they have 24 videos atm . r n r nAbsolutely staggering and quite real numbers.
[Blog - 08/08/2012 - 08:37]
i can speak from the ...
i can speak from the perspective of a mobile game developer. r n r nwith limited space for text, and even limited attention span 30 seconds is all you get to make a great impression , you need to optimize the game to evoke emotions, rather than stimulate the brain ...
[Blog - 07/17/2012 - 11:07]
after Ouya 's success, i ...
after Ouya 's success, i 'm not so sure about demos anymore. Selling a kickass dream on video seems to be the norm now.
[Blog - 07/13/2012 - 08:13]
[Blog - 07/15/2012 - 05:28]
it 's interesting to see ...
it 's interesting to see how far game engines have gone. Monetization is playing a bit of catch up but we 're getting very very close.
[News - 07/12/2012 - 04:49]
this is not HTML5 propoganda. ...
this is not HTML5 propoganda. It 's telling you what 's possible and what NonStopGames have done. r n r nIf you really think about it, why wouldn 't you want to access a game from any device, without any other barriers. It 's hard enough to constantly be redirected ...