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Owner Evil27Games Limited (social mobile games) – investigating the potential for modding/user-generated content in mobile gaming


Sole proprietor at SpiderShed Media - games/digital media consultancy (bizdev, design, production, access to finance etc)



Head of Studio at Leamington-based DNA Interactive Games (social mobile games, makers of Dizzy remake for Codemasters/Blitz), Naked Gun ICUP and Warheads Battle on iOS/Android.

Founder, SoshiGames (social games) – makers of Music Festivals Game on Facebook (est 2010)

Founder, PIXELearning – one of the world’s first ‘serious games’ studios (est 2002)

…strange fixation with the number ‘27’

Twitter: @kevcorti & @evil27games


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Posted by Kevin Corti on Mon, 04 Feb 2013 06:21:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design, Production, Smartphone/Tablet
EVIL27 Games are investigating the market potential for mobile phone/tablet games & games technologies that allow players to create their user-generated content or 'mods' through social networks.

Posted by Kevin Corti on Fri, 23 Nov 2012 11:00:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Production, Smartphone/Tablet
OMGPOP's 'Draw Something' might not be a candidate for a BAFTA games award but it demonstrated how the effective application of asynchronous game-play can deliver stunning commercial success. Are turn-based asynch games where mobile devs should focus?

Kevin Corti's Comments

Comment In: [Feature - 12/07/2012 - 04:00]

To take the discussion off ...

To take the discussion off piste a tad away from F2P at least , there are two other factors to Supercell 's success that I believe deserve respect namely: r n r n 1 Their games are super-slick beautiful art assets, well-crafted UI, excellent technical performance - which is pretty ...

Comment In: [Blog - 11/23/2012 - 11:00]

@Mark - I totally agree ...

@Mark - I totally agree with you that synch multi-players in general are, by their nature, strong sources of user acquisition. Where I was coming from - and still believe - is that if you 'you ' being a commercial entity are seeking significant organic e.g. free user growth, then ...