Turd Birds, Blastron and Slot Revolution evaluated
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Benjamin Sipe | 15:15 - 22 July 2013
Interesting idea, but the problem is the Monetizer score doesn't give any actionable insight unless someone hand picks titles to prove a theory that higher/lower monetizer scores equal better/worse revenues.
I also agree with Robert that 5 minutes is too quick for some titles. When writing in my "Improving Freemium Design" series (http://freemiumdesign.blogspot.com/) I usually play a game on and off for a couple of days to really sink my teeth into what the developer is doing.
Robert Green | 12:39 - 20 July 2013
I know there are more games to play than hours in the day, but I can't help but feel that five minutes is a bit quick. Most of these games are designed to be played for several hours at the bare minimum, so just picking the first five minutes seems like judging a book from the first page or two.
Jordan Georgiev | 01:18 - 20 July 2013
cool stuff, should check out some of those casino games and see why they are making so much money ;)
Fuurin Rei | 13:53 - 19 July 2013
Really interesting stuff, have subscribed. Keep it up.
jon jordan | 13:16 - 19 July 2013
Thanks Mark, or Mazrk as we'll now known you
Mark Baker | 11:57 - 19 July 2013
Will be great to see more data points over time, thanks Jon.
The only problem is that name - I suggest the clearly more fashionable 'Monetizr' instead ;)
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