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2、<p>A Dark Room is what you'd called a successful premium game on the App Store. It went on to be number one in some countries and its co-creator has already shared a massive number of data on sales numbers for a year straight starting in 2013.</p><p>Yesterday, Amir Rajan detailed in a more straightforward manner the numbers and published a number of dos and don'ts on mobile gaming.</p><p>First of all, A Dark Room went on to be critically and commercially successful with 2.26 million downloads in under two years. It stayed at the top premium app spot for 18 days straight in the US.</p><p>Without Apple's cut that means that it made $697,270 or $191,810 net for Amir in two years.</p><p>Its prequel, The Ensign, has been downloaded 132,780 times in a little more than a year and made $29,765 for Amir.</p><p>Finally, Amir's latest and experimental game A Noble Circle was downloaded 23,118 times in seven months and netted $3,064 for Amir.</p><p>So, what's the take away of all this?</p><p>According to Amir, and something which I've read about before but I've never seen detailed like this, you have to lobby Apple to get a feature. Sending pitches after pitches until you finally nail a spot in the App Store's frontpage.</p><p>Amir also reminds developers how content updates are critical to gain Apple's approval and advises to do an update at least every six weeks.Flower coloring(No need to watch ads can unlock the picture)
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3、"Love triumphant," said Leslie in a low voice.<p>Dutch studio Game Oven has announced that, after three and a half years, it will be closing down in April.</p><p>This is due to not being able to finance finding a new game to make through prototyping and testing, as well as see it through to completion.</p><p>This seems to be the result of the studio's willingness to not compromise its vision when creating its experimental iOS games.</p><p>Unfortunately, while this work method allowed for wonderful and unique games such as Fingle, Bounden, Bam fu, and Friendstrap, it led to an increasing pressure over the years.</p><p>"This pressure removed much of the creative downtime we needed and gave us less and less time to think about new games or to make new prototypes," writes the studio.</p><p>"This ultimately left us where we are today, at a point where we are in need of another vision for a beautiful game, but where we don't have one."</p><p>You may recall that Game Oven did announce an underwater roguelike called Jelly Reef late last year. Fear not, it's still due to arrive on iOS and Android in March, but that will be the studio's final game.</p><p>And so, the studio that used our iPads and iPhones to get closer, touching and dancing, will be left to our memories.</p><p>Thanks for those awkward, happy, and funny times you gave us, Game Oven.</p>