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Submitted by -Mezzo- 643d ago | article

Evolve 2012: smaller mobile devs should ignore the App Store, says Dlala Studios CEO

EDGE - Speaking at Evolve 2012, Dlala Studios CEO Anthony James Grand-Scrutton compared launching a game on the App Store today without a huge marketing budget to “throwing a penny into the ocean”. Much better, he told the audience, to target younger markets with less competitions. Dlala itself launched its first game, space-themed physics puzzler Janksy (pictured below), on Windows Phones this year. (Culture, Dlala Studios)

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