Chinese mobile gaming giant scores $50 million in funding

MWEB GameZone takes a look at the Chinese mobile giant, CocoaChina, (now known as Chukong Technologies), and its success with Fishing Joy

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GabeSA1757d ago (Edited 1757d ago )

I hate it when games claim to be f2p but require you to either pay for a "full" version or to buy coins in the game so that you can continue playing. Its why I don't really enjoy mobile games at the moment. I know that any other legitimate game requires a purchase, but they don't advertise f2p only for you to have to pay.

HanCilliers1757d ago

I kinda agree with you, just as the player is really into the game, he/she has to start paying. On the other hand, at least you get to experience a good game for free

DesVader1757d ago

It certainly looks like an attractive game and it just adds impetus to the fact that a wave of mobile gaming is coming our way. Looking forward to it :)