The next installment of the PocketGamer.biz RoundTable series takes place on Tuesday, August 24th with a dive into the secrets of a successful hypercasual game, in association with Sunday.
Without a doubt, one of the most popular mobile game formats of the last few years is hypercasual. But what is the best way to enter this market? In some respects, these level-based, minimalistic games hark back to an earlier, classic era of gaming, where a powerful gameplay mechanic was all you needed to win hearts and minds.
But they’re also very modern, making exceptional use of the mobile form, and leveraging the latest engines, styles and monetisation options. Hypercasual games are a great place for indie studios to flex their development muscles. But what makes the perfect hypercasual game?
In this expert RoundTable, we explore the challenges and opportunities of the hypercasual market and share tips and advice for how to make and publish a hypercasual title.
What criteria are considered to be part of this burgeoning scene? How do you take an idea from concept to publishing success? And with so many variations possible, how do you stand out from the crowd?
In this expert panel, you'll get answers to those questions and more from our speakers:
The panel will be moderated by PocketGamer.biz managing editor Brian Baglow.
Save the date and join us for our next RoundTable free by booking your place now.
About our partners
Sunday is conquering the world of hypercasual publishing along with its partner developers from all around the world. With its hands-on knowledge, data-driven processes, unbridled creativity, and transparent communication, it brings to the table all the benefits of an agile and dedicated team.
The ad tech know-how and marketing capabilities of the AppLike Group are its rocket fuel, resulting in profitable hits for its developer partners.
Sunday’s company values are all about sustainable profits, fairness, and developer empowerment. The company is based out of Hamburg, Germany. For more information, visit the official site.
Also coming up: The Big Hypercasual Pitch
If you're working on a hypercasual game and would like the chance to win exclusive mentorship with Sunday, as well as the opportunity to sign a publishing deal, you might want to check out the upcoming Big Hypercasual Pitch taking place at Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #8.
This unique speed-dating format gives each developer five minutes with a couple of experts, before moving on to the next, meaning entrants will get real feedback from the event, honing their pitch across a series of small meetings.