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Data for download: Pocket Gamer's Mobile Games Developer Survey report is live

Data for download: Pocket Gamer's Mobile Games Developer Survey report is live

Are you a Pocket Gamer Business Network member?

Then rejoice, for the first of our reports taken from our new Mobile Games Developer Survey is now available to download - and for you privileged folk, it's entirely free.

Following the survey we carried out late summer, we're now able to bring to you detailed data on the current state of the mobile games industry, including some insightful predictions on where the market will head next.

Info explosion

Wrapped up in the report is data on budgets, team sizes, business models, platforms, perceived threats to the industry, and a whole host of other nuggets of info.

What's more, very soon we'll be kicking off the next survey that promises to be even bigger and form the next report, just in time for PG Connects in January.

All the facts and figures you need to keep up to speed

Wrapped up in the report is data on budgets, team sizes, business models, platforms, perceived threats to the industry, and a whole host of other nuggets of info.

What's more, we've just kicked off our Global Mobile Developer Survey that will be even bigger and form our next report, just in time for PG Connects in January.

To get the latest report, and all future ones, make sure you're logged into the PG Business Network and click on 'Your Downloads'.

If you're not a member yet, what are you waiting for? Sign up today - it's free!

From starting out as a games tester for Mastertronic, Virgin and Sega in the late 1980s, it may seem odd to then ditch everything to write about mobile phones that, at the time, lasted 20 minutes between charges. He always had a hunch mobiles would become quite popular, but possibly didn't realise how powerful (and, ironically, returning to 20 minutes between charges). Jonathan's job is to continue advising on the best hardware to buy, in order to enjoy games that have advanced considerably since those long days and nights testing Double Dragon on the C64.

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Chris James
Hey Lloyd

Sorry you're having problems - the report should appear in the download section of your network page when you log-in, under the downloads element.

Mail Jonathan.Morris[at]steelmedia.co.uk with your registration details and we'll look into it.
Lloyd FlowSpark
I have registered for the business network but I cannot find a way to access this report. I've allowed you to contact me with offers but it is still not forthcoming.