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Jack Lumber Not "Financially Successful" Despite SEGA Alliance Promotion

Indie Statik writes: "Back in August of 2012, SEGA announced a new initiative of theirs they called SEGA Alliance, which would focus on working with indie game developers to publish mobile games. The deal is one that offers SEGA’s marketing and promotional team to get the word out about a game, and creative consultancy is also available if requested. It’s not that releasing a game on mobile game stores requires a publisher, but getting noticed among all the noise can be really hard, so SEGA thought they could use their name to drive interest to games."

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Godmars2901683d ago

This just makes me wonder about what looked like average iOS titles which get large recognition and publicity. Like Sakaguchi's surfing game.