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Mobile revenue models not viable in long term, says Canabalt and Hundreds creator

Adam “Atomic” Saltsman, the man behind App Store successes such as Canabalt and Hundreds, isn’t convinced by the freemium model, which mobile game developers large and small seem to be flocking towards. However, he doesn’t think the App Store’s version of “premium” pricing will cut it for long either. (Mobile)

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