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Submitted by MoXxXi 1267d ago | opinion piece

The Tasteless Gamer: Mobile Games for Dummies

Gaming Unwrapped Writer Ryan T Writes - "Even though the mobile market is a relatively new place to find entertainment, it has thrived. Through games like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Cut the Rope and Draw Something, we have seen that even if your game is on a mobile console, you can still have a lot of success. Hell, Angry Birds has had more downloads than any game to date. 1 Billion downloads makes you kind of a big deal. That being said, the mobile market is a lot more complex than the console market. Making it big in the mobile market is much more "hit or miss", and the requirements to do so become a lot less outlined. What do I mean by that? I guess you are going to find out." (Angry Birds, Draw Something, Draw Something By OMGPOP, Fruit Ninja, Mobile)

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