Improving the mobile experience

Every month, 130 million people play our games through the web and app stores. And we’re constantly striving to improve the player experience on all platforms.

Our current focus is on mobile. Unsung Heroes (see video above) is our campaign to connect app-store players with a wider range of great games and to connect game developers with larger audiences.

At our launch event at Casual Connect in Amsterdam, developers told us about the challenges of finding an audience in mobile, of engaging globally and of successfully monetizing their games.

We’re working with the best developers to launch a new generation of mobile games that will take player experience to the next level.


Latest blog posts

  • 22 Games Represent The Best Unsung Heroes

    July 3, 2015

    The Unsung Heroes Competition has reached the semi-final stage with 22 games being selected to go through to a public vote before the judges come to a decision about the winner. Over 300 games were entered into the competition and the judges had a heartbreaking job deciding which games deserved to go through. The overall […]

  • Unsung Heroes: Incomplete Testing Punished By Users

    June 30, 2015

    Testing is critical to a game’s success. A technical slip can spell disaster. Things happen fast in the app stores. Even a small technical problem can see your game swept away in a tidal wave of negative reviews. Vadim Starygin’s medieval army game Royal Offense suffered this fate. It’s a cool game with zombies, skeletons […]

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Latest news

  • Public vote validates Unsung Heroes: they’re games worth playing

    September 17, 2015

    The public has picked its favorite five of the 22 Unsung Heroes semifinalists with over 6,000 mobile game players voting. The huge response confirmed what we already knew: although these games disappeared into the black hole of the app stores, they are all well worth playing. Developers entered more than 300 mobile games they believed […]

  • New hire: big data boosts game intelligence

    September 15, 2015

    Stefanie Hels, a leader in game analytics, data mining and virtual economies, has joined Spil Games, augmenting the company’s skills in game intelligence. Stefanie joined us from Ubisoft’s Singapore operations on September 1, 2015 as Senior Manager for Business Intelligence. “I’m delighted to have persuaded Stefanie to come and work with us,” says Tung Nguyen-Khac, […]

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