When it comes to free-to-play (F2P) Will Luton’s been around the block a few times. He’s worked on games like My Star and our very own Shopaholic World. Will’s new book, Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away offers sage advice for novice and veteran developers alike. We caught up with him to pick his brains on 3 of the biggest questions in F2P development.
Did you know that 90 percent of kids play computer games? That said, you’d be mistaken in thinking that games are mainly played by children. The average age of a gamer is actually 33 years old. At Spil Games we’re passionate about games — especially online games. Did you know several studies have shown that playing games is good for you? Well, here are some benefits for regular gamers. (more…)
Fashion isn’t just important—it’s critical.
We’ve seen the pictures of our idols—Justin, Taylor, Harry—and we’ve seen how it can all go so wrong. At GirlsgoGames we believe it’s important for each and every starlet to be prepared for the big bold fashion world. That’s why we’re helping tweens find their fashion mojo in Fashion Party Dress Up, a free-to-play 3D game.
Fashion Party Dress Up is the best place to experience what it’s like to be a style star.
Here’s just some of what you can expect from the game: (more…)
A monster truck game with penguins? AbsoTruckinLutely!
We interview Aldo Bruno Baffo, the developer of the game
It’s not every day you get to share an elevator ride with a CEO. Now we have the chance, let’s spend a couple of minutes with Aldo Bruno Baffo, CEO of Baffo Games, who developed the infamous AbsoTruckinLutely! Here’s a man who connects horse riding, Dravidian history, and violence against penguins, all in a short Q&A. It’s amazing what you can learn…